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Frederic Harster, Margins #6
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Frederic Harster

Margins #6, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 2011
From the Margins series
Website - FredericHarster.com

Frederic Harster (b. 1976) is a french photographer based in Strasbourg, France. He became a professional in 2006 after a career in the IT world, and focused extensively on architecture photography in a cultural heritage state mission. Turned freelance in 2010, he now completes assignments in the architecture, urbanism and cultural heritage domains, while still working on personal and self-motivated documentary projects.

Posted on Tuesday, December 4, 2012.

 

 

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