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‘I’m a photographer’: An American photojournalist’s journey from Brooklyn to Paris

An American photographer has spent the past two years documenting the lives of ordinary people as they live in Paris.

He’s been to the Houses of Parliament, the Eiffel Tower, and a museum in Berlin.

“When I started I was just curious, to see what it would be like,” says photographer Michael Koppelman.

“I wanted to be a part of a global phenomenon and share the world with other photographers, and this project has brought me that.”

In 2014, Koppellamers photography took him to Berlin, where he took his first series of images. “

The people in the project, the people who are the most incredible, are the people that you’re talking about, who are out there, who just care about what you’re documenting.”

In 2014, Koppellamers photography took him to Berlin, where he took his first series of images.

He spent two years photographing and documenting people living in the capital’s old city.

He photographed people in public spaces, in parks, in churches and cafés, and he shot many more in private spaces, including in restaurants and coffee shops.

Koppelman has documented life in public and private spaces in Germany and abroad, from Berlin’s Eiffels Tower to the streets of Paris.

A collection of his photographs has been made available to The Washington Times, which has collaborated with Koppels collection to publish a series of articles, photographs, and video clips.

The images were taken by Koppel and his team in Berlin, Paris, Amsterdam, and New York.

One of his images, a group of people sitting in a café in Paris, captures the people’s lives through the lens of a camera.

The photographer has shared the images with The Washington, which is using them to illustrate its story of the year in photography.

In one of his photos, Kuppelman and his crew capture the people at the intersection of Paris and Paris’s Notre Dame cathedral.

The people, dressed in their finest clothes and looking like the gods, are seated in the street.

This photograph, taken by photographer Michael C. Koppelleman in Paris in 2014, was chosen by The Washington newspaper to be featured in a series about the people in Paris living in a museum.

The other photo, a street scene of Paris in the 1960s, captures a woman on the roof of a building that houses a museum called the Museum de la Sainte Dame.

Another of Koppelin’s images is taken on the top floor of the Emancipation Park.

 This image is taken in Paris on a balcony overlooking the Eau Rouge, a public swimming pool in the city’s center.

When Koppelli’s photography career began, he had only been in photography for a few months.

Now, he’s been in Paris for more than two years and has traveled across Europe and North America.

His work has been featured in several newspapers and magazines, including The New York Times, The Washington City Paper, The Boston Globe, and The Boston Herald.

He is the winner of the 2016 World Photography Award for his work in Berlin and has been chosen to participate in a selection of awards.

He has been photographed by The New Yorker, The Associated Press, The Los Angeles Times, ABC News, The Wall Street Journal, and many more.

Michael Koppelaers photography has been published in The Washington Press, Time, Time Magazine, The New Republic, The Daily Mail, and numerous other publications.

The American photo journalist has traveled to Paris, Berlin, and elsewhere to capture the lives and experiences of ordinary citizens.

Koppellams work has won him a number of awards, including the National Medal of Arts, the National Geographic Society’s Photographic Excellence Award, and the Washington Post Photographer of the Year Award.

Follow Michael Kuppellem on Twitter at www.twitter.com/mikekoppellem