Kategorie: photography

This year stage five of the Tour de France… …went through the Alsace a beautiful region right next to the southwest of Germany. The Alsace is known for it´s beer, it´s choucroute (sauerkraut) and a huge population of storks as well as the beautiful Vosges mountains, the counterpart of the Blackforest in Germany. The course […]

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When it comes to Black and White… …street photography there´s no way around Alan Schaller. He is a thirty year old London based photographer who really knows how to tell stories with photos and that´s why he is this weeks MVP. Furthermore he is specified in black and white photography using mainly Leica M cameras. […]

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When it comes to enviromental photography… …you definitely need to know Cristina Mittermeier, she´s a photographer born in Mexico City. Furthermore she´s not only a photographer, she´s also a marine biologist with a degree in biochemical engineering from the ITESM University Mexico. Her Photos show places, cultures and wildlife from all over the world and […]

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When it comes to weird perspectives… …you should definitely check out german photographer Nikita Teryoshin. I love the way he looks at the world and how he creates awareness on certain themes with his photos. That´s just one reason why he is this weeks MVP, another one is, that his style is super unique. I´m […]

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His style is incredible… …and super unique. I love the way André Josselin uses the light to enlight the subject in his photos, for example using lensflares, but that´s not all. He also makes it to tell a story with his photos, something I really appreciate about his work and that´s why he is this […]

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When it comes to fashion photography… …you should definietly check out Lina Tesch. She´s a german fashion and beauty photographer based in Hamburg. She mostly photograps beautiful and characteristic women for clients such like Levis, Intimissimi or Dior. What I really like about her photos is the arrangement and composition, the clean look compared with […]

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If your pictures aren´t good enough… …you are not close enough. That´s at least what Robert Capa, famous photographer from Hungaria once said. What he meant was not useing longer lenses, it´s meant that you physically get closer, to become more involved and intimate with your subject. To tell the truth that´s probably the hardest […]

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