A picture they say, speaks a thousand words, it is the art of creating durable images while considering balance, rhythm, pattern, emphasis, contrast, unity and movement. A picture gives us something to hold on to, it brings back memories that would have been forgotten if not with the help of a picture. The quality of a picture determines how drawn one is to it. The quality of a picture is defined by the device used, the background and the photographer, all these factors determine how captivating a picture would turn out to be.

If you are visiting Germany and you need the services of a photographer, then you should read about Printerpix and other photography studios in Germany on Erfahrungenscout.de. You will get to know about the reputation of the companies from the experiences of German locals that have patronized the company. While the top photographers on this list might be way beyond your budget, you will be able to find a company that would provide you with great quality printing at affordable prices if you read reviews first. There are different types of photography, these are:

  • Portrait photography
  • Still Life photography
  • Architectural Photography
  • Sports photography
  • Fashion photography
  • Editorial photography
  • Wildlife Photography

There are different known photographers in Germany with outstanding pictures. We are going to look at a few of them and a thing or two that we can learn from them.

1.  Bernd and Hilla Becher

Hilla Bercher was one half of a photography duo with her husband Bernd Becher, they won the Erasmus prize in 2002. This couple portrayed their messages through photography. Through photography, they were able to show the world the effect of industrialization and how it has led to a disappearing world.

2.  Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky a German photographer from Lipzig, Germany. In 2011, he sold a piece of his photography for 4.3million dollars, making him the highest-paid photographer. He is known for creating a new standard in contemporary photography, he created digitally manipulated monumental photographs to examine consumer culture and the busyness of contemporary life.

3.  Thomas Struth

A German photographer that was born in Geldern in 1954. He is known for Museum photography. His photographic works also include the Hawaiian rainforest, intimate portraits, urban scenes. His first sets of photographs were predominantly of empty cityscapes in Düsseldorf with an attempt to document the post-war urban structures in Germany, he went on to portray the effect of war on these cities.

4.  Candida Höfer

This German photographer was born on February 4, 1994. A former student of Bernd and Hilla Becher. Candida Höfer won the 2018 Outstanding Contribution to Photography award. Her photography is more of exploring spaces, objects and interior grandeur. She sees photography as an artistic tool, a canvas, paint, and brushes. She encourages photographers to be patient and have perseverance.

5.  Axel Hütte

Axel Hütte is a German artist that bases his photography on nature. His photography was more of the natural surroundings hence he travelled a lot just to get those perfect natural shots of landscapes and cities. He photographed glaciers, ponds, fog-shrouded mountains, caves. His aim is to invite viewers to reflect on the overwhelming mystery of nature.

6.  Barbara Probst

This contemporary artist was born in the year 1964. Her photographic work consists of several images of a single scene shot at the same time with multiple cameras from a different direction. Her photography gives you a different perspective to a particular photo, it gives you that feeling of being at more than one place at the same time.