face to face

Sunken
treasures.

Christoph Gerigk loves a good challenge. From wreck diving and under­wa­ter archeo­lo­gy to reef expe­di­ti­ons and exciting nature reports: Christoph is always looking for a slightly different per­spec­ti­ve, even if it’s not really the most pleasant one. Or maybe that’s why?

ocean adven­tu­rer

A man
of depth.

The deeper the better: Christoph has devoted his work to exca­va­ti­on sites, caves and abandoned wrecks. Even poor visi­bi­li­ty cannot deter him from his photo adven­tures and he enjoys working with special tech­ni­ques such as UV lamps and remote systems. Stitching has been his specialty for years, as seen above in the shot of the Brothers in Egypt composed of more than 1000 images – and who knows, maybe this was just the beginning…

The housings are designed with a perfect fit while main­tai­ning the cha­rac­te­ris­tics and phi­lo­so­phy of the built-in cameras – simply excellent tools for photographers.

Christoph Gerigk 

Note: The images in the gallery were produced for Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation.
© Christoph Gerigk @ Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation

more about

Christoph
Gerigk.

Christoph Gerigk was born in Germany and has been dedicated to under­wa­ter pho­to­gra­phy for forty years. His large-format black and white photo book “Geis­ter­schif­fe”, published in 1994, achieved cult status. His com­mis­sio­ned work appears in the world’s leading media and the pho­to­gra­phic docu­men­ta­ti­on of the discovery of lost ancient cities off Egypt’s Medi­ter­ra­ne­an coast in col­la­bo­ra­ti­on with Franck Goddio has already received two World Press Photo Awards.

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