Eye to eye with well-known German monuments – photographer Heiner Müller-Elsner makes this unusual perspective possible by using a drone camera, which is just another great way to use this versatile technology.
During the boom years of the coal industry, Joseph Stoffels delighted in photographing all things coal-related. Hundreds of his photos from this era are on display in a former mine-turned-cultural complex.
Photographer Heiner Müller-Elsner presents unusual takes on monuments. He used a camera drone to take exciting photos of famous German monuments.
German police are taking a stand on people filming others in vulnerable situations and have warned they face up to two years in jail. Police rarely report on suicide but have made an exception for a case in Dortmund.
From the Spanish Civil War to the Middle East conflict, war has always drawn writers and photographers like Ernest Hemingway and Robert Capa, author Amanda Veill tells DW, though it hasn't done them much good.
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