It’s the simplicity. No detailed manifesto, no long list of rules – just street photographers in Berlin, shooting Berlin. The simplicity of Berlin 1020 is something I really appreciate. And if you are looking for a source of inspiration, this is a great place to go. You’ll see plenty of unique perspectives, flash fiends, decisive moments and pure talent. So, who are the members?
- Alex Pfeiffer
- Chris “Candid” Schirrmacher
- Martin U Waltz
- Oliver Krumes
- Roland Groebe
- Sebastian Jacobitz
Not only will you be inspired by their images, each member of the collective has a really nice personal website and many of them offer tips and advice for improving your street shots on their blogs. Worth checking out. Another great feature of the Berlin 1020 website are two excellent guides to street photography in Berlin. They are perfect if you’re panning a trip and available in both English and German.
So take a trip to the Berlin 1020 website, peruse the projects and images, download the free ebook on getting started in street photography and get inspired. By collaborating – even if that just means sharing our best images and personal insights – we all become better photographers.