Oliver Weber
Documentary Photographer

Legally Invisible in Black and White │Selection

Roma throughout the Balkan Region are some of the most vulnerable people (…).  Link: Full Story – Legally Invisible.

Lockdown Germany II

A front yard somewhere in Germany.

Around Flamenco

Every country has its fair share of folktales and legends with Spain certainly not being the exception. Andalucía in particular, which has a rich history, has some mysterious, spooky and scary stories – like El Espíritu Flamenco. Sandwiched between the popular Algarve (in Portugal) and the Spanish Costa de Sol, the Costa de la Luz is little appreciated by foreign tourists. Drive here in

COVID-19 │ The Octopus

Eventually – years or even decades in the future – COVID-19 could transition into a mild childhood illness, like the four endemic human coronaviruses that contribute to the common cold. But this transition won’t happen overnight. Experts say that SARS-CoV-2’s exact post -pandemic trajectory will depend on three major factors: how long humans retain immunity to the virus, how quickly the virus evolves, and

Telling a story about people with photography.

Today I would like to recall one of my first lectures I did at the California University in 2016: A photographic story isn’t simply for photojournalists, however. Every human being is drawn to stories. Whether you are an amateur or a professional, the photo essay is a brilliant way to bring your images to life and touch your family, friends, and coworkers. How to

Hitchcock Birds

Lockdown Germany

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Oliver Weber

About me

Oliver (born September 7, 1970 in Munich, Germany) is a German Photographer, Physician and Professor of Visual Arts. Currently he lives and works on the Canary Island of La Gomera. His specialty areas are Reportage, Portrait and what has come to be recognized as Street – Photography.