My name is Martin Dehnhard and I have been living in Berlin for 22 years. I started with photography five years ago when I bought a Sony DSC-RX100. That was the time when I learned that there is an ISO as well which can be changed to increase the camera's sensitivity.


At present I am using a Lumix DMC-TZ 101which is in my backpack as my steady companion. 
Whenever I go out to shoot with more or less specific goals I am using my Olympus OM-D E-M1II with an Olympus 12-40 mm 1:2.8 Pro lense. In addition I am utilizing Olympus 40-150 mm 1:2.8 Pro, 60 mm 1:2.8 Macro, and 75-300 mm 1:4.8-6.7 lenses plus a Samyang 7.5 mm 1:3.5 Fish-eye. Filters and a Sirui tripod are used as well. 


I love taking photos of landscapes around Köpenick and on my travels. But I also love reflecting the atmosphere when taking the photo during post-processing in lightroom.    

Nobody is perfect. I am a learner and naturally I will wholeheartedly make mistakes in the future. Therefore comments and criticism are very welcome.


During the years I shot thousands of photos, many of them I dislike in the meantime. So I asked myself what characterizes an excellent photo. The answer came from Thomas Heaton, a photographer whom I most admire. In one of his You Tube videos he said that an excellent photo is a photo which you can simply watch over and over again. Unfortunately, from these I only own very few.

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Martin Dehnhard

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