Oliver G. Miller, Monochrome, Photography, Frankfurt, Germany

After a degree in sociology, I began my career as a brand strategist in the advertising industry, followed by various roles as senior executive, never losing my passion for monochrome photography and the inspiration behind it.

 

I started to engage with photography many years before the digital revolution, dating back to darkroom days, where I spent a lot of time with photo chemicals, developing and printing my own photography by hand.  This experience led me to a photography apprenticeship in the 1980s in Frankfurt am Main. Since then, I have been guided by the Ansel Adams zone system, helping me to see the world in a dynamic range of shades of grey. Back in the darkroom days a physical print was the best way to present and appreciate photography. I strongly believe that this remains true today, ideally printed on baryta paper…