Another one of our new photographers with his unique image-language.New images | 16. January 2019
Olaf Meinhardt loves to let your gaze wander beyond the horizon. His photos of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern open a new perspective to the lakes and water landscapes of North Germany. Anyone who has ever been there and has visited one of the islands such as Ruegen or Usedom or has seen Jasmund National Park can understand that he is very enthusiastic about the nature there.New images | 28. June 2018
Priska Seisenbacher is a travel photographer with main focus on Iran, Central Asia and India and has published diverse travel reports, books and calendars. She has lost her heart to Iran, not only because of the friendly and loving people there. She especially wishes to discover more sides of the country and is becoming more and more enthusiastic about the cultural treasures that she finds in every corner of Persia.
Her search is for stories that are told and places that ought to be seen and yet are often left untold and unseen by the public eye. The hope to obtain and capture unimaginable glimpses into remote worlds finally led her to Afghanistan and the far Northeast of India, following the traces of the old silk route and Marco Polo’s journey. With a second book about Iran she remains loyal to her main emphasis.
If a wannabe mountaineer sets out for the mountains, his photos will be quite different from those from a climbing outdoor specialist. The Hamburg photographer Helge Bias is frequently in South Tyrol and quite often he finds his photographic targets not only at great heights. His view for details and interesting perspectives always accompany him.New images | 28. June 2018
The route of Saint James is truly a phenomenon. With its 1000 year old history, this route remains a fantastic alternative for hikers. Encounters with other people that are “on the same path”, religious cultural treasures and hiking through different landscapes makes this route a rich experience. Many hikers carry the hope for mental relaxation, new orientation or simply a clear mind. Juergen Richter has been a specialist for Spanish themes for years now. This selection could get you on the move!New images | 28. June 2018
In June we welcome our new photographer Priska Seisenbacher. Sie is the specialist for Iran, Central Asia and India. She is constantly on the look out for situations that tell a story and places that ought to be seen. In addition we have new images from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and South Tyrol. Juergen Richter has also brought us a special photo gallery about the route of Saint James.Newsletter | 19. June 2018
Denis Feiner was born in 1976 in South Germany. His pilot training in 1996 opened new perspectives for him on our earth. Aerial views fascinated him so much, that he had the desire to capture the impressions and share them with us. After 20 years of photographic experience his main focus lies in landscape photography. The realistic bird's-eye views and landscape shots are taken in Nikon full frame.News | 4. June 2018
In this series of photos Guenther Bayerl has remained faithful to his motto "Live fast, expose long". He succeeds in the sensitive handling of contrast as well as in detecting exceptional lighting situations and accentuating them through optimal exposure. Whether in a town or on land his eye for the right moment is impressive.News | 4. June 2018
The Californian photographers Cedric Angeles and Cannon Brown are always out and about throughout the whole of America, always on the lookout for special places and events. On the Bahamas, for example, you can see something quite extraordinary: swimming pigs!New images | 4. June 2018
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170 km through the wilderness, without cell phone reception, without civilisation. Simply „outdoors“. In July 2017 Christian Frumolt and three friends set off on an adventure through Greenland. They had a satellite telephone with them in their luggage in case of an emergency. They each carried 30 kg of photographic equipment, clothes, tent, sleeping bag, sleeping mat and dried food on their backs. So it was enjoyable to cover the 25 km route in a canoe, which they found in an abandoned canoe centre. The solitude, the endless landscape and the virtually 24 hour daylight fascinated them immensely. They mainly explored the landscape at night. A surreal experience: sunset at 1:00 and sunrise at 1:15. We are fortunate that Christian has allowed us to take part in this unforgettable journey by sharing his stunningly beautiful photographs with us.New images | 21. March 2018
The UNESCO praises fascinating creations of man and nature as World Heritage Sites. There are 42 such sites in Germany: from the fossil valleys to the Limes boundaries, to middle aged old towns, baroque residences, and industrial culture right up to modern architecture. The illustrated book which emerged from these photographs has been awarded with the ITB-award in the area “culture”.New images | 21. March 2018
On the island of Ruegen you can see the rare sea eagle circling over the many peninsulas, meadows, forests and areas of water, whilst the 100 years old steam train the “rasender Roland” chugs along on the ground. Climb aboard, take a seat and let yourself be enchanted by blue waves, white chalk cliffs and green treetops. Our journey through the Jasmund National Park takes us past picturesque beaches and flowery meadows.New images | 21. March 2018
The legendary rock massif of the split Watzmann summit is considered to be the most beautiful mountains in the world. It poignantly towers over the Berchtesgadener Alps and watches over the different sights of the region like the idyllic lake Koenigsee. With its crystal clear, emerald green waters the lake conjures up a magical fairy-tale mood between the steep mountain slopes. Embark on a voyage with our photographer Daniel Schoenen to the unique Alpine National Park in Germany.New images | 21. March 2018
170 km through the wilderness, without cell phone reception, without civilisation. Simply „outdoors“. Christian Frumolt takes us with him on his unique adventure through Greenland. Also included in the newsletter: UNESCO world heritage sites from Guenther Bayerl, Ruegen Island from Sabine Lubenow and Berchtesgaden from Daniel Schoenen.Newsletter | 21. March 2018
The Milestone of German history, exclusively photographed in a contemporary way.
The UNESCO praises the fascinating creations of man and nature, which have an outstanding universal value, as World Heritage Sites. In Germany there are 42 such sites that our photographer Günter Bayerl has captured in expressive and captivating images. They are protected by the 1972 UNESCO World Heritage Convention. Internationally, it is the most important instrument for conserving cultural and natural sites. Together with photographer, art historian, author and publisher Florian Heine, Günther Bayerl has produced a unique and beautifully illustrated book, which has even received an award by the ITB through an independent jury in the area “culture”. The ITB awards outstanding works each year in the area of travel and tourism. Places and their histories are portrayed in this book in a knowledgeable and entertaining way from the fossil valleys to the Limes boundaries, middle aged old towns, baroque residences, industrial culture right up to modern architecture. A book with outstanding beauty published by Frederking & Thaler. We are very proud that the photographic material in this book and many further beautiful images are available through us.
Learn more at Günther´s Website
Newsletter | 15. March 2018
We are delighted to gain Axel Ellerhorst as new photographer. Thomas Rötting is sending us some colourful images of Cuba and Andreas Strauss will captivate us with the beauty of New Zealand in a breathtaking collection of photographs. Arnt Haug inspires us with high gloss material around the home theme.Newsletter | 21. February 2018
Cuba is famous for its music, dance, rum and cigars. This destination can also be very attractive for families, as Thomas Rötting shows in his series of photographs. His children can be seen enjoying a sightseeing tour in an old American limousine, building sandcastles on Caribbean beaches and bathing in crystal clear water.New images | 21. February 2018
The beauty of New Zealand cannot be captured in words. South Island is especially impressive with its picturesque bays and turquoise sea, golden yellow beaches and wooded mountain slopes. Let yourself be inspired by our lightbox to give yourself an impression of heavenly beauty. Pictures say more than a thousand wordsNew images | 21. February 2018
Who wouldn't wish for a great home with plenty of space to live in? Arnt Haug shows us a magnificent art nouveau apartment with stucco ceiling and parquet flooring – all individually furnished, Modern houses in Bauhaus style or simply comfortable homes for the whole family. A renovated old fisherman's house with rustic charm or a thatched cottage with cool interior on Sylt.New images | 21. February 2018
Axel Ellerhorst is a landscape photographer of the German North Sea coast. The sparse landscape of this region has influenced the development of his photographic style. This has produced puristic and authentic landscape images showing the beauty and uniqueness of nature which raises awareness for the conservation of the wilderness. The photographs have been taken with Nikon full frame and have been kept pleasantly natural during editing. With courage to normality, his images have established a conscious distance to colourful mainsteam photography.News | 21. February 2018
Are you looking forward to THE event of the image sector 2018!
Let us become acquainted, meet up again and exchange news. Visit us in the old congress hall in Munich and enjoy the wide range of services of this great event. We are looking forward to interesting conversations and creative communication about the newest developments on the photo market.
We will be expecting you, along with 50 other national and international companies from the sector. Look forward to meeting worldwide buyers. Enjoy the extensive buffet and drinks in an exclusive Ambiente. Entrance is free of charge for buyers after prior registration. Visit us at table 6 and arrange an appointment today.
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Kathi Fink and Susanne PromeuschelNews | 8. February 2018
Goodbye Hygge. A new Scandinavian lifestyle trend has arrived. Lagom cannot be literally translated. It means to enjoy everything in the right measure, it indicates harmony and internal balance. Not too much or too little – just right. Hygge stands for comfort, cozy candlelight, warm socks and fleecy blankets. It suits the cold and dark times of the year. Lagom on the other hand announces the start of Spring. Scandinavians find their joie de vivre by living in harmony with nature. It compensates their stress between work and daily life. This feeling of "'just the right amount" is confident, authentic and balanced.Stories | 2. February 2018
Architecture is one of the most beautiful arts. Technically, there are no boundaries for the creativity of the architect in the 21st century. Skyscrapers appear to be endlessly high with curves and indentations, winged objects, a skeleton of steel and concrete. These objects of art can also be projection surfaces that inspire street artists and serve as a giant canvas.Stories | 2. February 2018
"Tame birds sing about freedom – wild birds fly" (Berthold Brecht) Ever since heathen times people have been fascinated with birds and the idea of flying. In the past people believed that birds were the bearers of souls and possessed magical and mystical powers. They are a symbol for fantasy, thoughts and ideas. Boost your creativity and let yourself be inspired.Stories | 2. February 2018
For the first time, Calendar has been awarded at the Frankfurter Book Fair. The winner of the category "best equipment" is "PhotoCircle: Mood 2018" from DuMont. We are proud that we could provide all the amazing images for this project.
Its impressive glossy-finished motifs, which surprise with a 3-D effect are edged in round passepartouts. They highlight our atmospheric pictures and focus attention.
Categories: Art , Nature, & Landscape
Dimensions: 49.5 cm x 68.5 cm
Binding: Spiral binding.
If you want to experience the socialistic charm of the island state in the Caribbean, you have to hurry, because weakening of the embargo and entry ban of America will change all. Klaus Fengler has assured a genuine snapshot of the country and people for the future.New images | 10. May 2017
Characterize by the deserts of Namib and Kalahari, southern Africa is full of life despite its dry climate. Flora and fauna have fit and flourish in full glory. Although the country is very sparsely populated, it is rich in culture due to its history. There are 11 different tribes, which are united in the pride of being Namibians. Wilfried Feders' pictures show you this unreal, rough landscape and the incredible beauty of the inhabitants in an impressive way.New images | 10. May 2017
The formerly forbidden Kingdom Mustang is a dream destination for trekking. With its fantastic highland deserts and Tibetan culture only a few can afford because of expensive permits. Dirk Steuerwald combined several Treks with Nepalese friends to a three-week Potpourri from Annapurna, Nar-Phu and Mustang-Trekin the heart of Himalaya, which had expeditionary characteristic. Far from civilization, they moved along ancient trade routes and the monks' path from the Marsyangdi Valley between Tibet and Nepal to the formerly highest capital of the world. There, in the Than audience with the king.
New images | 11. April 2017
Holger Leue in the Interview with Canon Professional Network. He talks about his work and how he became such a successful travel photographer. Learn more about his opinion to the apparent market saturation with smartphone snapshots and the positioning of high-quality photography.
"However, I do believe that there is still room for traditional travel photography crafted with heart and soul. There is such incredible image saturation now, which must make it extremely hard for photo editors, and that is why niche agencies such as Lookphotos with high-quality images in well-organised collections continue to thrive.” - Holger Leue