This is my photography blog about Frankfurt, architecture, minimalism and some things I feel like at the moment. All photos are my own. All rights reserved.

© Martin Dietrich - Frankfurt, Germany

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    neoprimefinearts:

    As you might have noticed, we just launched a brand new website.

    We asked some of our customers about our website and took their feedback to heart. The new website is the result of this process and we hope that you like it.

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    The new website also includes a stronger use of our tumblr: You can now submit photos in order to get your work considered.

    Why don’t you show your photos by tagging them with #neoprime? If your photos constantly stand out of the crowd, there’s a good chance that we will get in touch with you. We also re-blog some of the best entries. Furthermore we also post the best photos from our Talentpool there as well.

    the new www.neoprime.de

    Hallways and Light" - Frankfurt, Germany, 2014

    Long time no see, I’m sorry. Busy as hell, doing stuff for NEOPRIME.

    Well, eventually, here’s something new.

    btw, meanwhile I reached over 2 Million views here on Flickr! I wrote a short note about that on my website. Thank you all so very much!

    You think your photography deserves a bigger stage? Join the NEOPRIME TALENTPOOL: www.flickr.com/groups/neoprime-tp/

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    New Series: Rainy Days →

    Well, the title of the series is quite obvious, isn’t it? I shot this series in a very rainy week when I was watching all the people going to work, struggling with the rain and the wind…

    Rainy Days - New Set on Bēhance

    This set was shot from a window that points to the Kaiserplatz in the heart of Frankfurt. It was raining for some days and the structured pavement began to reflect the light. People were passing by with umbrellas on their way to work. This particular moments were not that easy to capture because of The amount of people crossing at this place. I wanted to have people with bright colored umbrellas or a certain movement isolated in a minimalistic composition. I finally got some shots I’m happy with after approx. two hours of trying. I still think it was worth the time I spent up there.

    Why don’ you join me over here? More detailed information, photos and prints:

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    neoprimefinearts:

    It’s not even been four weeks since the start of NEOPRIME and already 133 awesome photographers have joined the NEOPRIME TALENTPOOL.

    340 impressive photos have been submitted so far, which makes us really proud! We are convinced that breathtaking photography should get the stage it deserves. That’s why we think it’s time to publish the very first NEOPRIME’S FINEST!

    After thoroughly curating all submissions, these ten impressive photos are what we call NEOPRIME’S FINEST!

    NEOPRIME’S FINEST #1

    This photo, just as the two I shared before, was shot from a window that points to the Kaiserplatz in the Heart of Frankfurt. It was raining for some days and the structured pavement began to reflect the light. People were passing by with umbrellas on their way to work. This particular moment was not that easy to capture because of The amount of people crossing on their way. I wanted to have someone with a bright colored umbrella isolated in a minimalistic composition, which I finally got after approx. one hour of trying. I still think it was worth the time I spent up there.

    Cheers

    Martin

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