IWC Schaffhausen - THE JOURNAL
IWC Schaffhausen - JOURNAL, by Rashunda Tramble
TELL US ABOUT YOUR PATH TO BECOMING A PHOTOGRAPHER.
I’ve been interested in the world of photography since childhood. At the age of 16, I was given a camera for my confirmation - a Leica M6 in actual fact - and a watch - my first IWC, of course. I've been passionate about both - photography and watches - my whole life.
I've been taking photos since then. At the outset, photography was my hobby and my passion. Whenever I had a spare minute, I would go to a city or a mountain somewhere and try to emulate all my photography idols, gradually developing my own style over the course of the years. The distinguishing feature about my portfolio is that I’m passionate about two types of photography that couldn't be more different. The first is street photography, which is very stressful and vibrant, and the second is mountain photography, which is anything but stressful, but which demands a high level of physical fitness.