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A new dimension in the photographs by Reinhold...

A new dimension in the photographs by Reinhold Adscheid

Reinhold Adscheid born1959 in Cologne, Germany is an astro-physicist working as software specialist when he discovered the possibilities photography can offer. First stitching large panoramas he soon developed the chrono-chorotic technique, which gives the possibility to explore the known and in the same time unknown world. Follow him on Facebook

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