In seinem Beruf setzt Designer Johannes Heuckeroth (@pfn) aus Fürth visuelle Reize ein, um Reaktionen auszulösen und vorgegebene Ziele zu erreichen – seine fotografischen Arbeiten hingegen werden, losgelöst von Funktionalität und Rationalität, allein von der Suche nach Schönheit bestimmt. “Mich reizt es, das Erlebnis der Wahrnehmung durch meine fotografische Interpretation zu intensivieren, eine parallele Realität, eine intensivere Realität in meinen Bildern zu erschaffen”, sagt Johannes. Mit diesem Bild lässt Johannes den Betrachter in einem Heißluftballon sanft über das Allgäu schweben und teilt die außergewöhnliche Perspektive. Der direkte Blick nach unten enthüllt viele keine Details, die sonst verborgen bleiben: die Spuren der landwirtschaftlichen Fahrzeuge in den frisch gemähten Wiesen oder das unfassbar intensive Grün der Landschaft. “In einer Stunde im Ballon über dem Allgäu bekommt man soviel Schönheit zu sehen, dass ich auch Wochen danach noch davon zehren kann.” Foto von @pfn
Hey there, my book "Rising New York City" is finally available and most pre-orders are already at their new owners. If you are interested in a copy, just drop me a mail at email@example.com, there are some copies left. Some images from the book are currently featured on Time out New York. Besides that there are some other cool news: I talked a little bit with photogrvphy about my work, check out the interview. And whats really great: the official german instagram account featured my work, thanks a lot!
This aerial shot shows the "Allgäu" a part of Bavaria, and one of the most beautiful areas in Germany. It shows all the beauty that you can find compressed on the edge of flat land and mountains. In german we call it "Voralpenland" – the ground before the alps. You have a lot of small hills covered in wonderful green and some nice lakes there, always with the mountains as a beautiful backdrop. So obviously this is the perfect place to be photographed from above. To do this I made a balloon ride and this was the view from the highest point of the trip – around 3000m. You can enjoy the full story of the trip on storehouse:
Can you spot the famous Castle Neuschwanstein in this image? It is this little white thing in the bottom right corner. In this image you can see the unbelievable mountain range behind the castle, which is located right at northern end of the alps. The shot was made from about 25km away in the first morning light in about 3000m height. This area is called the "Königswinkel", one of Germanys most famous tourist destinations, which delivers some unbelievable beauty. More photos from there soon.
One of my favorite moments from my Shanghai trip: this surreal scenery with two cooks on a bus station.
Magnificient nightview on NYC midtown. Part of my NYC book, you can still pre-order it: Rising New York City
A little video from my trip to Shanghai. Watch and enjoy: 6 days of Shanghai in 100 seconds
Frankfurt again! I did not visit the city in 2014, but I had to come back in 2015 for this photo. My photo shows the view from the new shopping mall SkylinePlaza. This place was a building lot for a very long time. From a photographers view its one of the most interesting spots in FFM. The buildings (from left to right): Messeturm (256,5 m), Kastor (95 m), Pollux (130 m), Tower 185 (200 m) and the new building Kap Europa. 4 years ago it looked like this:
One of the most famous and beautiful views of New York City. The view onto the Brooklyn Bridge and Downtown at night during the blue hour. This image is also part of my NYC book – you can pre-order it now: Rising New York City
I am just back from a trip to Shanghai, the first asian city I ever visited. It was great, its awesome, an visually very intense place. Images will come up in the next month, stay tuned. Some first views are on my instagram channel: instagram.com/pfn
Finally! My book about New York City is finished. It is a book with the size 30x30cm, 120 pages of 200 g/m² paper, thread binding and 45 images, showing the best was the NYC skyline has to give. It is a limited edition, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to order your copy.
View onto the urban jungle of Midtown New York City shortly before sundown. Rush hour on the driveway to Queensboro Bridge.
NYC, what a beauty! View on Manhattan sykline during blue hour, seen from weehawken.
Scenic view on New York City Downtown, featuring the shiny new One World Trade Center on a sunny and warm September evening.
Five of my Dubai images are now available as prints at YellowKorner. There are small open editions and bigger limited editions, have a look.
I just published a little story with my NYC cityscapes at Storehouse, have a look.