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Uwe Ommer artist



Uwe Ommer (born 1943 in Bergisch Gladbach is a German photographer). Uwe Ommer became fascinated with photography at a young age. Initially sparked by his interest in photographing birds, he received his first camera at age 14 and began experimenting with his limited equipment. By the time Ommer was 18, he had given up on birds but was improving his skills as a photographer. He began working as an apprentice in a camera shop and soon picked up side projects for local papers, shooting everything from car accidents to weddings, when staff photographers were unavailable.

In 2002, Uwe Ommer was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the Royal Photographic Society for the impact of his lifetime of work.


Femmes Objets Series

In this series in black & white and with the same model. The artist represents what for him the object woman of the modern world is.

From the Mani- Cartes Postales Series

This series of photographs were taken for a European calendar. The idea was to create postcards with several countries on different continents, in the images the artist decided to clone the models.