The Swiss photographer Michael von Graffenried is a master of the panorama. This format is historically linked to landscapes but this Bernese man uses it in a completely different way. He takes advantage of it to include as much as possible of life, action and tension in his frame, whether the photographer be in the casbah in Algiers, the Oktoberfest in Munich or the drug scene in his native village
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