PictureNET Africa Henner Frankenfeld

Archbishop Desmond Tutu praying in his private chapel at his Soweto home.

Henner Frankenfeld started his photographic career in Germany in 1987 as a commercial and advertising photographer. He came to South Africa in 1991 and worked as a photojournalist for local and international publications and for Agence France Presse. In 1994 he was appointed chief photographer of the South African Mail & Guardian newspaper.

Photo: Jodi Bieber

After two years he left the Mail & Guardian to become a founding member of PictureNET Africa.

Hennerīs work has been published in major international publications such as "Der Spiegel", "The New York Times Magazine" and "Geo".

His main photographic focus is magazine feature work ranging from travel to hard news. He also takes a strong interest in portraiture and commercial photography.

Visit his web site here.

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