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Der Aufstand / Nude  photography by Photographer Thomas Berlin ★32 | STRKNG

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Park View / Nude  photography by Photographer Thomas Berlin ★32 | STRKNG

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The View / Mood  photography by Photographer Thomas Berlin ★32 | STRKNG

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Weitblick / Mood  photography by Photographer Thomas Berlin ★32 | STRKNG

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Portrait / Nude  photography by Photographer Thomas Berlin ★32 | STRKNG

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The Red Top / Nude  photography by Photographer Thomas Berlin ★32 | STRKNG

The Red Top - © Thomas Berlin

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On the Treasure Chest / Nude  photography by Photographer Thomas Berlin ★32 | STRKNG

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Portrait / Nude  photography by Photographer Thomas Berlin ★32 | STRKNG

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2024-04-12 16:19 

Interview mit Stefan Rappo

Stefan Rappo ist Fotograf in Paris und ehemaliger Assistent von Peter Lindbergh. Wir sprachen über seine eigenen Projekte und Fotobücher. U.a. was ein gutes Bild ist, wie er seine Shootings durchführt, wann die Kameratechnik doch wichtig sein kann, über Bildauswahl und vor allem den Umgang mit Models.

Zum Interview: https://thomasberlin.net/blog/2024/stefan-rappo-interview



2024-03-04 11:00 

Interview Alina Lebedeva

Alina is a commercial photographer and is also passionate about working on her own artistic projects. With Thomas Berlin she talked about her projects in portrait and art nude photography. For example, what her pictures should trigger in the viewer, the different roles of a model, the interaction between artist and audience and how she develops ideas.

https://thomasberlin.net/blog/2024/interview-alina-lebedeva



2024-02-12 10:41 

Interview Peter Coulson

Peter Coulson is an internationally renowned photographer based in Melbourne, Australia. We talked about his style, how he works with models, how he recognizes a good photo and much more.

See more: https://thomasberlin.net/blog/2024/interview-peter-coulson



2024-01-28 16:10 

Encounters in Paris

Paris radiates a certain joie de vivre and creativity that inspires photographers, among others. The city has produced many artists who have used nude photography as a form of expression. Paris also has an open and tolerant atmosphere that creates a ....

See all images and read the article on https://thomasberlin.net/blog/2023/paris-photo-encounters



2023-11-28 20:13 

Fabien Dettori in conversation with Thomas Berlin

Fabien is a Paris-based artist who uses photography for his nude portraits and still lifes. But not only photography is used to create his images.. We talked about his philosophy, his artistic approach and what matters to him in his work.

https://thomasberlin.net/blog/2023/fabien-dettori-interview



Thomas Berlin


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The human representation is my photographic focus. This can affect people in everyday situations as well as portraits. I don't differentiate my portraits based on whether my models are clothed or not. The portrayal of nudity has delighted humanity for millennia and is also a source of joy for me.

I work both analog and digital, depending on my task and mood. The technique is not a dogma. In general I give priority to the physical presence of a signed print over a digital image.

Even if a picture itself does not tell a story, it can be the starting point of a story in the recipients head. I hope you find in my galleries at least one picture that can be the starting point of your own story.

In addition to my own photography, I talk a lot with other people in the photography scene. I publish particularly interesting conversations with photographers, models and others on my blog thomasberlin.net/blog

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