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Debrief on Berlin Photo Week

Our collected impressions during a visit to the Berlin Photo Week

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This year's Photo Week included the presentation of the EyeEm Awards and the Professional Imaging Conference. For 1 week photographers from all over the world had the opportunity to live out their passion for photography together.

Another highlight of the theme week was the central photography exhibition, which also took place at Kraftwerk Berlin.

Works by Thomas Hoepker, Sven Marquardt, David Lachapelle, Thomas Kretschmann, Olaf Heine, Justine Läufer, the EyeEm Photography Award finalists and many other artists were exhibited.

From 11 to 13 October, photographers also had the opportunity to go on a photo safari through the old power station in Köpenicker Straße. Exciting installations were waiting to be staged by the visitors.

Besides, new devices from Canon, Leica, Panasonic, and Olympus could be tested.

The entrance to the “Funplace” was free of charge.

The opening hours on all three days were from 12 to 20 o’clock. Although the price for the Professional Imaging Conference was high, the visit was worth it.

On 2 days there were exciting lectures that addressed all the concerns of a photographer. Be it the coverage via the artists’ social insurance up to the current developments in the field of photo and image law.

Conclusion: Berlin Photo Week offers a rich and exciting program for photo enthusiasts and professional photographers.

Tips: It is advisable to get tickets in advance. Due to the high rush, there were long waiting times at the ticket counters.