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© Martin Dietrich - Frankfurt, Germany

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    Although it is still a secret and in the making I thought I’d share this shot with you. My Label Partner mariusviethstreetphotography visited me the last couple of days to work on NEOPRIME and produce a set of photos for our launch. We went up on a mountain near Frankfurt in the early morning to produce the set. The whole set turned out incredibly surreal and will be featured on www.neoprime.de when it launches. We are working on it day and night at the moment and I’m sure our label will launch anytime soon. Wish everyone an awesome Easter!

    "Transition V" - Frankfurt am Main, Germany 2014

    At the moment I’m working day and night with my friend Marius on a dream that you may know only too well. Be the first one to see it come true:

    www.neoprime.de

    "Of light, shadows and getting old" - Frankfurt, Germany 2014

    Hey everyone. I’m really excited these days, I can tell you. I’m very busy right now, working day and night on something that I can’t tell you more about yet. But as soon as things assume a certain shape I will definitely tell you more about it. Stay tuned, I promise that it’s going to be great!

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    "Of light, shadows and some lines" - Frankfurt, Germany 2014

    As you can tell I’m doing more Street than usual at the moment. There are several reasons for that. First of all this genre really got me hooked lately. I always loved it but I think my relationship to this genre just reached the next level. Furthermore I really try to blend my style into this and I hope this works out.

    I still do minimal and abstract architecture of course. I’m working on a whole project right now. It’s minimalistic as always and I think even more abstract than usual. I’m aiming for a series of 10 to 15 photos. As soon as I’m happy with my set I’ll show it to you. Meanwhile I continue with my street series from Frankfurt Main Station.

    My new website is up and running. I included a blog with news about me and some thoughts I’d like to share with you. I invite you to have a look.

    All the best, Martin

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    "Of light, shadows and suspicious behavior" - Frankfurt, Germany 2014

    As you can tell I’m doing more Street than usual at the moment. There are several reasons for that. First of all this genre really got me hooked lately. I always loved it but I think my relationship to this genre just reached the next level. Furthermore I really try to blend my style into this and I hope this works out.

    I still do minimal and abstract architecture of course. I’m working on a whole project right now. It’s minimalistic as always and I think even more abstract than usual. I’m aiming for a series of 10 to 15 photos. As soon as I’m happy with my set I’ll show it to you. Meanwhile I continue with my street series from Frankfurt Main Station.

    My new website is up and running. I included a blog with news about me and some thoughts I’d like to share with you. I invite you to have a look.

    All the best, Martin

    WebsiteFlickr500pxBlog (Tumblr)BēhanceTwitterInstagramPinterest

    As you can tell I’m doing more Street than usual at the moment. There are several reasons for that. First of all this genre really got me hooked lately. I always loved it but I think my relationship to this genre just reached the next level. Furthermore I really try to blend my style into this and I hope this works out.

    I still do minimal and abstract architecture of course. I’m working on a whole project right now. It’s minimalistic as always and I think even more abstract than usual. I’m aiming for a series of 10 to 15 photos. As soon as I’m happy with my set I’ll show it to you.

    Meanwhile I continue with my street series from Frankfurt Main Station.

    My new website is up and running. I included a blog with news about me and some thoughts I’d like to share with you. I invite you to have a look.

    All the best, Martin

    WebsiteFlickr500pxBlog (Tumblr)BēhanceTwitterInstagramPinterest