Dennis Gloth ...
... born in Bremen first came into contact with photography in the early nineties when he was experimenting with an old zenith of his father. In his youth, however, he initially lost sight of photography until the enthusiasm for the hobby reignited in 2009.
Since he does not go through any classic training as a photographer, he draws his knowledge from books, videos and the exchange with other photographers.
In 2009 he discovered sports photography for himself. From 2010 to 2018 he worked as a sports photographer. His photos appear nationwide in newspapers, magazines and online publications.
Inspired by photographers such as Thomas Leuthard, Martin U Waltz, Sean Tucker and Vivian Maier, he begins to devote himself more and more to street photography. In 2017 he went out with the camera himself to capture life on the street in pictures.
In 2019, together with Sven Hallmann, he founded the Bremen Street Collective, which consists of photographers from and around Bremen, Germany.
His street photography equipment consists of a Ricoh GR III, a Sony Alpha 6300, a Fuji X-Pro 1 and an iPhone XR.
If you have any questions, suggestions or criticism, I look forward to your message.