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Here you'll find valuable inspiration and useful tips from renowned professional photographers, as well as detailed how-to guides for various genres. The world of photography is colorful and diverse, let our articles inspire you. Get new impulses for your next photo shoot and learn how to create an effective interior design with large-format photographs.


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Phil Penman - Black and white photographs with atmosphere

The British-born, New York-based photographer Phil Penman has been documenting the rapid changes on the streets of New York City for over 25 years. He has photographed global stars and captured historic moments such as the September 11 terrorist attacks for clients including The New York Review of Books and The Guardian.

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Architectural world of color by Paul Eis

Berlin-based photographer Paul Eis stages classical architecture through photography, mixes different styles and digitally processes his photos into intense worlds of colour.

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Irina Bittner with her photo series "Back and forth"

Irina Bittner is a talented photographer from Cologne and she often deals with the subject of identity in her atmospheric photographs.

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Where is above and below? Cloud pictures by Lyoudmila Milanova

In her artistic practice, she explores the relationship between nature and artificiality. It is primarily ephemeral substances such as mist, clouds or light that are the focus of her works, where they encounter man-made constructs, be it through technology or spatiality.

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WhiteWall Wins The TIPA World Award 2021 For The WhiteWall RoomView

The international jury of experts at the TIPA World Awards honored the photo lab for yet another advanced innovation in the photographic industry. In the category for "Best Photo Lab", WhiteWall made quite an impression with its revolutionary WhiteWall RoomView. 

Submitted by Andrea Bruchwitz

The Gateway To A Fantasy World – An Interview With Robert Jahns

Award-winning photographer Robert Jahns combines artistic photography with surreal, extraordinary imagery. The WhiteWall Ambassador takes viewers away to a fantasy world where reality and dreams become one and the same. 

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Anna Laudan on her Love for Architectural Photography

Hamburg-based photographer Anna Laudan creates her own reality through artistically composed architecture photographs. Laudan has shown her work in numerous exhibitions and shared her expertise in the book Photoshop CC for Lightroom Users.

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Picturesque portraits by WhiteWall Ambassador Suxing Zhang

The WhiteWall Ambassadors are among the most talented and influential photographers worldwide, and each of them has their own visual idiom. The genre “Fine Art & Portrait“ focuses on the Chinese photographer Suxing Zhang.

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Forest Photographs by Erik Chmil: A Tribute To Nature

In the photographic series “Kraftorte – Waldbilder“ Erik Chmil presents the forest as a meditative place, as an unlimited space for relaxation and healing.

Submitted by Andrea Bruchwitz

Between Destruction and Breathtaking Beauty: Steve McCurry’s “Afghanistan”

Deep in the mountains of Afghanistan, tribal feuds collide with political conflicts and colonial wars. In the country’s history spanning millennia, it has only experience a few short breaths of political unity.


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Picture Design with Passepartouts - Creating a fascinating Work of Art

There are no limits to the imagination. With a bright passepartout, the pattern is brought to the forefront, with darker tones it recedes and the observer is encouraged to confront the work for longer. Passepartouts with haptic linen surfaces look especially elegant - in natural white, black or ivory.

Submitted by Jan-Ole Schmidt

Winter Photography: Creating Breathtaking Pictures

Silent icy landscapes, shiny pine cones and snow-covered treetops - an inspiring season is dawning for photographers. Jan-Ole Schmidt gives valuable tips for successful winter pictures.

Submitted by Andrea Bruchwitz

Digitizing Analog Photos – The Best Tips for Perfect Pictures

In the digital age, it is extremely easy to store your photographs in virtual space. Since you can access your pictures, edit them, email them, post them online, or print them at will, it might almost be more difficult to lose photos these days than it is to save them!

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As Far as the Eye Can See: Tips for Perfect Panoramas

A photo is going viral around the world: Hamburg's Police Department made a picture of a golden sunset - out of a helicopter. The panorama picture shows the light-flooded city from its most beautiful side and has reached more than 3.7 million Facebook users.

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Successful Interior Photography - Tips from Chantal Weber

The language of images used by WhiteWall Ambassador Chantal Weber is extremely rich. The Hamburg photographer has a feel for balanced image compositions and shows this through her fine lines.

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Taking Successful Photos in Bad Weather - Photographing Storms

The "storm season" in Germany begins at the end of April. Sunshine results in higher temperatures, and the temperate atmospheric layers shift. This is the beginning of an exciting time for photographers - but if you want to photograph storms, you need a lot of time and patience.