Island Fever


The youth have certainly made an impact on the art of photography. At 21-years-old, Christoph Schaller has already turned his hobby into a passion and a way of life. The Germany native provides a fresh look; his photos are light, fun and carefree with a distinct beauty.

“I've only started taking photos about a year ago when I bought myself a camera in order to be able to capture moments, people and landscapes on my countless journeys," Schaller shares. "What started as a hobby quickly became an obsession, something I love to do."









Christoph Schaller’s website



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