Auslöser is a biennial bilingual (German and English) photography magazine. This is not a technical magazine, but a creative medium for photographers and art lovers focused on the stories of the people who hide behind the camera.
Auslöser is divided into three sections. The first section includes four in-depth interviews with four stylistically different photographers, but also different in origin and age who together create a mosaic of high contrasts. The second section shows a company, a laboratory, a typography, a photographic studio, a dark room and everything that is hidden behind the scenes of photography, offering insights into otherwise invisible areas. The third section is a focus on a camera focused not so much on the technical aspects as on its aesthetic artistic realization.
* Auslöser [aʊ̯sløːzɐ] ("Shutter Button" / "Trigger" / "Release"; German; Noun)
Language: German / English
Dimensions: 16X22 cm
Number of pages: 160
Paper: Amber graphic 300gr and 120 gr
Binding: Swiss paperback with open thread stitching
- Interviews with: Hanna Mattes, Arnold Odermatt, Fatemeh Behboudi, Myoung Ho Lee
- Behind the scenes: Allan Porter's "camera"
- In detail: Kodachrome