Who is the best one for Fashion photography in Berlin?

How to find a photographer and Filmmaker in Berlin?

How to rent equipment in Berlin?

 

Do you want to do fashion photography in Berlin or do you need to find the rental equipment

in Berlin or rent Studio for film and Photography?

This Berlin photography guide will work for you either way.

Here is a list of photo and film Studios, rental equipment services and best spots in Berlin for photography and filmmaking:

 

I have added some information for the photographers:

  • Where to rent a studio for Photography and Filmmaking in Berlin?
  • Where to rent equipment for Photography and Filmmaking in Berlin?
  • The best Photo and Film Spots in Berlin

 

 

  1. Rent a Photo and Film equipment in Berlin
  2. Rent a Photo and Film Studios in Berlin
  3. Photo and Film production in Berlin
  4. Top Photo and Film Spots in Berlin
    1. Best Markets
    2. Best parks
    3. S-Bahn / U-Bahn stations for Shooting in Berlin
    4. Best museums for Shooting
  5. Berlin photography and filmmaking information
    1. How to find the best photography exhibitions in Berlin
    2. The best galleries for photography in Berlin
    3. Camera and film shops in Berlin
    4. Need to get your photography printed?
    5. fashion Photography and filmmaking in Berlin: Meet the photographers and filmmakers
    6. Where to develop film in Berlin
    7. Where to get disposable cameras developed in Berlin
  6. Fashion Magazines in Berlin
  7. Fashion Designers in Berlin
  8. Stylists in Berlin
  9. Hair and Makeup artists in Berlin
  10. Sound recordist and fixer in Berlin
  11. Director of Photography in Berlin
  12. Video editors in Berlin
  13. Retoucher in Berlin

 

 

Rent a Photo and Film equipment in Berlin

There are many Rental services in Berlin. These lists will help you for finding Rental Photo and Film equipment in Berlin:

711rent

DRS (Delight Rental Services GmbH Berlin)

Rent One Photo 

ARRI Rental 

ROCKNROLL RENTAL Filmtechnikverleih

IndyCine - DV camera rental 

FGV Schmidle

MBF Filmtechnik 

Kameraverleih KLT camera light tone

Nexfilm Equip - Rental 

SEE YOU Rent

Arri Film & TV Services Berlin 

 

 

Rent a Photo and Film Studio in Berlin

HAVEL STUDIOS - Film Studios & photo studios - Berlin

Filmatelier Haselhorst Berlin

Studio TV.Film Berlin

BUFA - Berliner Union Film

Raw Studios

BRIDGE Studios Berlin

OceanstudioBerlin

Studio Cherie

Photo and Film Production in Berlin

KIMIA PRODUCTIONS

CLAAS CROPP CREATIVE PRODUCTIONS GMBH

KME Production Berlin

LUNIK

V8 FILM PRODUCTION

Aprilmay

Faktura Film

DIGIROX

BLINK AGENCY & PRODUCTION

Production Pool Creative Services

Production Service Network

PX GROUP ( PX1 Berlin )

SHOTZ PRODUCTION SERVICE

TAKE CREATIVE PRODUCTION

THE SHOOT TRAIN COMPANY

WOLKNPRODUCTIONS GMBH

I LIKE PRODUCTIONS

 

Top Photo and Film spots in Berlin

Best Markets

  1. Turkish market 
    When: Tuesday and Friday
    Best time: Early afternoon
    Getting there: U-Bahn Station Schoenleinstrasse
  2. Market at Boxhagener Platz 
    When: Saturday and Sunday
    Best time: late morning
    Getting there: U-Bahn Station Samariterstraße
  3. Winterfeld Market
    When: Saturday
    Best time: late morning
    Getting there: U-Bahn station Nollendorfplatz
  4. Mauerpark
    When: Sunday
    Best time: Early afternoon till sunset
    Getting there: U-Bahn Station Eberswalder Straße

Best parks

  1. Tiergarten
  2. Volkspark am Friedrichshain
  3. Park am Gleisdreieck
  4. Tempelhof Airfield (former airport)
  5. Volkspark Humboldthain (amazing view over the city on top of former WWII bunker)
  6. Weinbergspark

S-Bahn / U-Bahn stations for Shooting in Berlin

  1. Ostkreuz
  2. Südkreuz
  3. Märkisches Museum
  4. Fehrbelliner Platz
  5. Alexanderplatz
  6. Potsdamer Platz
  7. Central Station (Berlin Hauptbahnhof)

Best museums for shooting in Berlin

Museums are a great place for Shooting and a great choice if the weather is ghastly outside. Not all museums in Berlin allow photography. The ones on the list do.

  1. Hamburger Bahnhof
  2. Neues Museum
  3. Gemäldegalerie
  4. Alte Nationalgalerie

 

 

 

 

 

Berlin photography and filmmaking information

How to find photography exhibitions in Berlin

There are at any time many photography exhibitions in Berlin. These websites will keep you informed about photo exhibitions in Berlin:

Berlin.de

Museumsportal Berlin

PIB

PIB has the best information on all photography related events in Berlin. Here you’ll find both: The must-go photo exhibitions in Berlin and the small avant-garde photography exhibitions in off venues. PIB also lists all upcoming photo exhibition openings in Berlin.

 

 

 

 

The best galleries for photography in Berlin

There are many places and locations that host photography exhibitions in Berlin. Three locations are really outstanding: CO Berlin and the Willy Brandt Haus. Both places combine great architecture with top level photography exhibitions. And if you are into photo books, Bildband Berlin is the place to go.

Within walking distance to  U / S-Bahn station “Zoologischer Garten” you will find:

C/O Berlin, Hardenbergstraße 22-24, 10623 Berlin, Charlottenburg

Museum for Photography, Jebensstraße 2-3, 10623 Berlin, Charlottenburg

Camera Work Photo Gallery, Kanstraße 149, 10623 Berlin, Charlottenburg

 

There are many more galleries for photography in Berlin and other photography exhibitions locations.

These are my favorite places to see photography in Berlin – in no particular order:

Willy Brandt Haus, Wilhelmstrasse 140, 10963 Berlin, Kreuzberg (bring passport)

Aff Gallery for Photography, Kochhannstrasse 14, 10249 Berlin, Friedrichshain

Photo Gallery Friedrichshain, Helsingforser Platz 1, 10243 Berlin, Friedrichshain

Robert Morat Gallery, Linienstrasse 107, 10115 Berlin, Mitte

CWC Gallery, Auguststraße 11–13, 10117 Berlin, Mitte

Jarvis Dooney Gallery, Linienstrasse 116, 10115 Berlin, Mitte

Kehrer Gallery for modern photography, Potsdamer Straße 100, 10785, Berlin, Schöneberg

pavlov’s dog, Bergstrasse 19, 10115 Berlin, Mitte

Atelier für Fotografie, Christburger Str. 18, 10405 Berlin, Prenzlauer Berg

Galerie Springer, Fasanenstrasse 13, 10623 Berlin, Charlottenburg

Alfred Ehrhardt Foundation, Auguststrasse 75, 10117 Berlin, Mitte

f3 – space for photography, Waldemarstrasse 17, 10179 Germany, Berlin, Kreuzberg

Bildband Berlin, photo book shop + photo gallery, Immanuelkirchstrasse 33, 10405 Berlin, Prenzlauer Berg

 

 

 

 

 

camera and film shops in Berlin

Foto Meyer Calumet 

Fotoimpex 

 

 

 

 

Need to get your photography printed?

Foto Meyer offers a one hour service. If you need a high-quality print on fine art paper, here are some choices. 44inch print work, doing the job fast and in great quality.

44 inch printwork

viertel vor 8

Fotopioniere

 

 

 

Fashion Photography and Filmmaking in Berlin: photographers and filmmakers

Berlin has a pretty active fashion scene. There are a Berlin's Brightest Fashion Photography Talents which published with

SLEEK MAGAZINE but of course, there are many more fashion photographers in Berlin. Here is a list of my favorite Fashion photographers in Berlin:

  1. Mika Ceron
  2. Alexander Zuber
  3. Andrew Grauman
  4. Christian Hoppe
  5. Tobias Wirth
  6. Tim Petersen
  7. Max Libertine
  8. Heiko Laschitzki
  9. Ronald Dick
  10. Christian Friedsam
  11. Roman Goebel
  12. Alexander Neumann
  13. Jonas Lindstroem
  14. Markus Jans
  15. Maxime Ballesteros
  16. Timothy Schaumburg
  17. Ed Mehravaran

 

 

 

 

 

where to develop film in Berlin?

here you will find a list of places for developing black & white and color films:

  1. Foto in Berlin
    Address: Sonnenallee 1, 12047 Berlin
    Getting there: U-Bahn Station Hermanplatzz
    Phone: +49 30 69534243
    Closes 6:30 PM 
  2. Foto Kotti
    Address: Skalitzer Str. 134, 10999 Berlin
    Getting there: U-Bahn Station Kottbusser Tor
    Phone: +4930 89207589
    Closes 8 PM
  3. Fotoimpex
    Address: Alte Schönhauser Str. 32 10119 Berlin Germany
    Getting there: U-Bahn Station Weinmeisterstr
    Phone: +49 30 28599473
    Closes 8 PM
  4. Jet-Foto
    Address: Dircksenstraße 89, 10178 Berlin Germany
    Getting there: U-Bahn and S-Bahn Station Alexanderplatz
    Phone: +49 30 2424446
    Closes 8 PM

 

 

 

 

Where to get disposable cameras developed in Berlin

  1. Fotoimpex
    Address: Alte Schönhauser Str. 32 10119 Berlin Germany
    Phone: +49 30 28599473
    Closes 8 PM

 

 

 

 

 

Fashion magazines in Berlin

  1. DUST MAGAZINE
    ABOUT DUST

Dust is a biannual magazine born in 2010 based between Berlin and London and distributed worldwide. The intent of the project is to explore the universe of youth, in the context of a present time marked by a continuous state of crisis.

The interest is to enlighten the genuine and non-codified aspects of youth and of the new emerging generation by directing our gaze far from institutionalized geography and trends, and above the current standardization that tends to confirm the experience of youth in regulated forms. In our research, we cross conflicting territories, where structures collapse and the western codes of appearances dissolve into different kinds of choices, different kinds of dynamics.

They like to underline silent geography, at the margin of mainstream paths, in order to rediscover a stronger attachment to life, somehow more vital, genuine and awake; something that is hard to find in the anesthetized youth presented by the disoriented circulating culture.

The territory in which we dig is ‘the crisis’ as the elected place where to redesign forms, ideas, values, and strategies for our generation to embrace a different way to conceive of life. they observe the collapse of stabilities taking place globally as an irreversible shift of scenario that’s pushing youth to the urgency of change, an urgency to find a new and proper vision.

DUST magazine is intent on creating, within the limits of any cultural product present in the market, this new vision. They consider the magazine a laboratory of ideas and concepts through which we search for a new esthetic and to give the image new value. Our personal interests go beyond the idea of coolness, trends, waves or anything established by pop culture.

They prefer to direct our gaze to the basic, genuine way through which youth expresses itself, from where everything should be reconsidered.

 

 

 

  1. ΠMagazine
    About ΠMagazine

Πis an independent fashion magazine from Berlin. It acts as a platform for the German, and particularly the Berlin fashion scene. Πlargely refrains from describing current trends and ideas in fashion but instead concentrates on showing fashion by purely focusing on images. In every issue, 10 photo editorials reveal what keeps designers, photographers, stylists, and hair & make-up artists moving these days.

Production-wise, Œ strives to maximize the potential of printed matter. Different paper qualities and special production features make Œ an item that people like to hold, keep and collect. Œ Stories Œ Stories is Œ Magazine’s digital home. Here the stories behind Œ Magazine’s impressive imagery are told. An eclectic bunch of writers keeps you informed and entertained with interviews, additional editorials and news from the fashion world.

 

 

 

  1. SLEEK Magazine
    SLEEK is an independent online and quarterly printed art and culture magazine, featuring interviews, short fiction, specially commissioned photography, opinion pieces, fashion editorials, photo essays and more.
    SLEEK is distributed globally on newsstands and has an international reputation for its forward-thinking content which feeds into a wider cultural conversation.

 

 

 

  1. Numéro Berlin

 

 

 

 

 

Fashion Designers in Berlin

 

  1. Pep Trapiello
    Visions and obsessions formed by a shapeshifting society and its ever-changing needs. Harnessing personal contradictions in layers of conflicting surfaces. Architectural and sculptoric concepts employed to destroy and rebuild the human figure beyond gender barriers and preconceptions. Sketches and primal ideas are a statement in the belief that fashion is a flash concept. Pep Trapiello was born and raised in the Canary Islands, Spain. He studied in Madrid, where he graduated in fashion design and is currently based in Berlin, Germany.

 

  1. Sasa Kovacevic
    Serbian-born, Berlin-based Sasa Kovacevic kicked up a fashion frenzy during the last Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin. The designer runs SADAK, an independent fashion brand whose message, ‘pride in individuality,’ is immediately clear. His collection on the Mercedes-Benz runway was an ensemble of silky burkas with pastel Hawaiian prints, topped with an androgynous Spice Girl edge. His designs have even made it to Hollywood, making an appearance in the hit series The Hunger Games.

 

  1. JADE HELENE SHIMMIN
    Jade Helene Shimmin is a South African born fashion designer and stylist. She studied at Fedisa, a private fashion institute in Cape Town, South Africa.

 

  1. Bobby Kolade
    BOBBY KOLADE is constantly upping efforts to reduce the environmental impact of creating and consuming in the industry: all products are locally produced in Germany and fabric sourcing is handled with care. With a strict no-leather and no-fur policy, the search for comparable alternatives is an integral part of the design process. Take for example bark cloth, sourced from eco-friendly farms in Uganda, or hand-woven, chemical-free cotton from Ethiopia.

 

  1. Leyla Piedayesh
    Leyla Piedayesh was born in Tehran in 1970. After studying business administration, she first came into contact with fashion professionally as editor of the “Designerama” television format at MTV Berlin.
    In 2003 she began exploring her own design talent by making her own knitted accessories. Her celebrated debut collection was launched in 2004 at the fashion tradeshow Premium in Berlin. The concept of a symbiosis of urban cool and elegant chic based on high-quality knitwear really took off. lala Berlin was born.

 

  1. Franziska Michael
    Franziska Michael is a new name to keep a close watch on in Berlin. Diving into the world of 90s fashion, she resurfaces with beautifully mixed materials and bulky cuts to create fresh unisex looks. The lines between what traditionally belong to men’s and women’s clothing are blurred, and straight, solid, geometric cuts collide and contrast with soft, flowing, feminine silhouettes. Franziska Michael launched her brand in 2009, and she has since won the 2013 Premium Young Designers Award for Women’s Wear for her distinctive work.

 

 

 

 

Stylists in Berlin

  1. KAMILLA RICHTER
  2. ADELAIDA CUE BAER
  3. BODO ERNLE
  4. CATRIN SONNTAG
  5. CHRISTIANE GRAF
  6. CORINNA BECHTLE
  7. JANA KRENTZLIN
  8. JESSICA KLIMACH
  9. KONSTANTIN SPACHIS
  10. NADA
  11. NICOLE SCHNEIDER
  12. STEFANIE KLOPF
  13. SUNI HOFMANN

 

 

 

 

 

Hair and Makeup artists in Berlin

 

  1. EINAT DAN
  2. BENJAMIN BECHER
  3. CAROLIN JARCHOW
  4. DIRK NEUHÖFER
  5. FEE STEINVORTH
  6. INA CIERNIAK
  7. JANINA ZAIS
  8. LINDA FROHRIEP
  9. LINDA SIGG
  10. MEL MERCIER / GOLDMANN
  11. MELANIE SCHOENE
  12. NINI NIELSON
  13. SHIRIN KÜRSCHNER
  14. THE BALIGAN'S
  15. JAZZ MANG
  16. MARLEN PÖTSCHULAT

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sound recordist and fixer in Berlin

  1. BUNCH
  2. MAX FILGES
  3. CLEMENS NURNBERGER

 

 

 

 

 

Directors of Photography in Berlin

  1. JENS SAGE
  2. CHRISTIAN HUCK
  3. NIKITA PAVLOV
  4. LAURA BELLINGHAM
  5. MORITZ MÖSSINGER
  6. JAKOB STARK
  7. ED MEHRAVARAN

 

 

 

 

 

Video editors in Berlin

  1. JONAS HARMSEN
  2. PERTER SCHULZ
  3. MAX BOENKE
  4. MATTHIAS SAREIKA
  5. JONAS MORTENSEN
  6. ADRIAN POHR
  7. ANN MARIA JUURAK

 

 

 

 

 

Retoucher in Berlin

  1. ONE HUNDRED BERLIN CREATIVE RETOUCHING
  2. RETOUCHING DE LUXE

 

 

 

 

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