My time in Berlin has been extended to December 2018.
This is exciting and great news!
To avoid a mix of documentary and landscape photography in this blog, I decided to set up an additional blog.
- it is focused on Berlin only
- travel information, top sights and photography spots, information, recommendations, related images and videos will be the main categories of the additional blog
- it will be in English
- it will provide an “outside” (my) view of visited locations and places of Berlin.
If you like to follow me on my walks in awesome Berlin, hop over to
The blog starts as of today and will be updated on a regular basis. I will still post here… but these posts will cover photography and no insides about Berlin.
See you there. Happy and sunny days. Reinhold
Excuse me while I kiss the sky.
Tempodrom: founded by Irene Moessinger, it opened in 1980 next to the Berlin Wall on the west side of Potsdamer Platz, housed in a large circus tent. After several changes of location it is now housed in a permanent building in the Kreuzberg neighborhood.
That’s been one of my mantras – focus and simplicity. Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it’s worth it in the end because once you get there, you can move mountains.
As ususal I couldn’t resist to do some Photoshop manipulations to my recent Berlin images. You know this feeling? You see a composition, you know how you want it to look. But there are disturbing objects in the frame, there are missing objects in the frame. Now this is the time when I start working with my MAC, my Wacom tablet and Lightroom and Photoshop. And to be true. It is not always the result which creates the fun factor. It is the process creating an image the way I see it in my imagination.
If you missed my previous post and like to see a collection of my Berlin images in a short video please follow this link.
Thanks for stopping by and happy days. Reinhold
Berlin’s architecture. Not always straight lines reaching the sky. Often twisted shapes. Urban landscapes. I still need a bit of practice to get it right. I also haven’t found the right time of day to shoot these images. But may be there is no right and wrong.
Happy days and a nice weekend to all of you! Reinhold
And thank you for your visit and interest.
For more Twisted views… follow the link.
Berlin. Urban landscapes. Architecture. Street. Portrait.
Next week I am on my way to Berlin.
I will live in the city centre for the first days and I am planning to stay near the center for the following time.
I am looking forward to a hopefully very creative and productive time in Berlin.
Happy days. Reinhold
Lines of Berlin. Images have been taken during a 24 hours stay in Berlin last weekend. These are 4 images out of series of 40 black and white and monochrome images. More to come soon. Happy days. Reinhold
If you like to read more between the Lines please follow the link.
A stairway to heaven! May be. These stairs are located in the Chile House in Hamburg. Chasing the light and shadows was a lot of fun. Next time a use a tripod. Better for my neck. Happy days. Reinhold
This post continues my series “1 Location – 2 Images”. Images have been taken in Frankfurt in the city center at the “Römer”. I was surprised how different the windows looked and felt, when I change the position to capture these images. Happy days. Reinhold