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Adrian Rohnfelder, born 1968, married with three children, is a landscape, travel and adventure photographer with a passion for Fire and Ice.
He has been traveling since his childhood and never without a camera. In 2000 Adrian begins to throw himself intensively into photography. After his excursion into the experimental macro-photography and first exhibitions, in 2005 he starts to concentrate on reports about his adventures and travels in faraway countries and remote areas.
He got bitten by the “Fireworks virus” in Indonesia in 2008, since then one of his main focuses has been active volcanoes.
With an expedition in 2013 to a place that felt like the end of the world, the Russian peninsula Kamchatka, Adrian Rohnfelder starts to publish his pictures and stories in international magazines. This is followed by trips to, amongst others, Japan and Ethiopia, all the while gaining awards at renowned international competitions.
In 2016 he moves to the Micro-Four-Thirds Format and becomes an Olympus Visionary. In the beginning of 2017 he finally turns photography into his main business.
Besides visual storytelling by which he wants to let his readers and auditors take part at his adventures as close as possible, it is his major interest and importance to show the beauty and power of our planet - as for example the unique landscape at Antarctica: