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For many years, Helmut Hirler travelled worldwide ,capturing these extraordinary images of “The Forgotten Ones” on Infrared Film. It is a series of B&W panoramic photographs, showing the fading tracks of the colonization and exploitation all over this planet.Helmut Hirlers photographs received many international awards, including “International KODAK Calendar Awards”,”IF Communication Design Awards”, “Hasselblad Austrian Supercircuit Awards”,”Red Dot Awards”, “DDC Award”, “EPSON International Pano Awards” and many more. The Photographic Society of America likewise bestowed their gold medal on him.

Germiwi

About the Author

Helmut Hirler
Germiwi Woodville New Zealand

Born 1954
1970-1973 Degree in Photography
1978-1980 Masters in Photography at Bayrische Staatslehranstalt for Photography in Munich/Germany
1979- 2009: Head Tutor at the Photographic Department of the Bad Saulgau Polytechnic (Germany)
2009- present: living in New Zealand

Publish Date  May 27, 2011

Dimensions  Large Format Landscape  98 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Fine Art Photography

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transart

transart says

Such a cool subject...Your keen photographic eye, perfect choice of infrared film and the perseverance to find (sometimes just notice) all those abandoned objects and places make for a memorable collection-unforgettable forgotten...

posted at 08:04am Jun 07 PST

rolfashhurst

rolfashhurst says

Thanks, Helmut. What an amazing collection of impressions, not all of which are the rot on the old New Zealand farm, I'd imagine. Each tells a story, and in time one or the other may wake up to crete a yarn. Ah well, life in the good old days was no picnic. The cars are still there; the old homesteads are still there, but where are the people who left them behind?

posted at 01:41am May 30 PST

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