I met Edda Schlager when I travelled to Kazakhstan a while back and we stayed in contact. She is a German journalist who happens to take a lot of her pictures as well, documenting life in Central Asia. She also is about to publish her first book soon, an architectural guide about Tajikistan’s capital Dushanbe.
As I already introduced the Armenian photography collective 4plus last year, I asked Edda for an interview to introduce her and her photographic work to you as well.
You mainly work as a journalist. When did you start to take photos as well?
Yes, I’ve been working as a journalist for twelve years now, but I’ve been taking photographs from my childhood on. I think I got the first camera when I was ten or something like that. My father loved photography and even had his own darkroom where I joined him regularly…
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