2005 in Cameroon

"For me, leadership is first and foremost about motivating people and letting them shine! While photographing, a similar attitude is required, the photographer must be able to make himself invisible so that others can stand in the light."
b. 1970
German Dutch
based in Sosola, Malawi
Bert Meyer
The self-taught photographer grew up in Germany. His passion for photography began in the mid-90s in Cameroon, Central Africa. He is a member of a religious community, the Pallottines, which is active in 52 countries. His work is very much inspired by his experiences in Africa.
Member
Pallottiner K.d.ö.R.
International Leica Society, LHSA
Milestones
1989 - Joiner apprenticeship exams,
1996 - Emigration to Cameroon,
2008 - Handover of a training workshop for joiners in Cameroon,
2016 - Inauguration of a primary and secondary school in the capital of Cameroon,
2017 - Emigration to Malawi.
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Equipment
Leica M-D (Typ 262),
Leica Summicron-M 28mm f/2 ASPH.
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