For adventurous photo amateurs to known and unknown places of Berlin’s extraordinary photo tours through Berlin, a small team of experienced photographers offers individually and professionally guided photo walks. Now photo below can book day trips with the digital still camera in unusual places of Berlin under different topics. “” “Under titles such as: built on the water”, In the shadow of power “or the West nothing new” offer a range of innovative photo walks in the capital Thomas Michalak and Beate Wolff, the initiators and facilitators, this event offers. From 3 September choose people with a passion for photographing between currently six tours through Berlin. Each of the maximum of four participants can find his favorite walk under the offers.
The photo walks take place during the day or in the evening on weekends and a week, depending on the topic. During the tour through the respective photo coach this is encouraged, new perspectives to try and develop a personal photographic style. Several hours excursions are intended for Berlin visitors who want to get away from the typical tourist guides. New Berlin can get a taste of the many facets of this city. And ALT-Berliner”have the chance to look at their city through different eyes. So, for example the tour invites the constant gardener”one in the Botanical Garden of Berlin, to discover the special charm of plant life, to experience the tension between wild nature and culture map, or to track the ratio of organic and architectural forms. Berlin-Alexanderplatz follow the path, the hero of Alfred Doblin’s novel Franz Biberkopf is gone 90 years ago by the Rosenthaler Platz towards Alexanderplatz.
“Because the new as the former Centre Berlin really built on the water” is, there is that is equal to two photographic walks, with change and transformation, power and whose shadow sides along the banks of the river Spree from East to West employ. “In the West nothing new” is a part romantic, part modern foray through a West Berlin district, where the gap between preserving and renewing, between keeping and releasing is good to feel and to capture with the camera. The concept developed from Berlin Thomas Michalak and Beate Wolff. Beate Wolff photo designer and former Publisher, Thomas Michalak is an artist and lecturer for photography. “” “Both have a clear goal: the impulse that we want to give, should be fun, but also competences and new perspectives for the perspective on the personal world convey.”Unless”to say Michalak and Wolff: photography is as varied and as exciting as the people who make the pictures.” Together, they have designed three offers in the field of photography, which meet the individual needs of photo-interested in different ways. Except for the Berlin photo walks, creative photo tours in Provence under are offered in the fall of 2010.