Photobooks

We of photobooks.online believe that photobooks are on of the best ways to present your work as a photographer. Hereby, it doesn’t matter which format the book comes in. Whether it’s a heavy coffee-table book or a small magazine, printed photography is what we live for. Any artist asking us for advice, we always encourage them to make their own photobook. It’s something you can touch and explore and one usually takes some time to dive into the story of the book. It is the perfect and right contrast to the fast-living life of photography that is lived on platforms like Instagram. There, photographs tend to have a relatively short lifespan, since you scroll through, look at the picture for some seconds and decide to like it or not.

However, this isn’t the true format to present your photographed work! Just look at the size of the pictures, not bigger than a phone screen. In photobooks, you can take your time and go back to pictures you loved years later. You can look at the small details of a photograph that remain hidden on small screens and most importantly. You can dive into the story that the artist wants to tell through his work.

TAGE DANACH by Ben Hammer

Ben Hammer’s second photobook “Tage danach” was published in 2018 and, as the title suggests, follows on seamlessly to his …

ZWEI NULL EINS SIEBEN by Pascal Kerouche

“Zwei Null Eins Sieben” or in English “Two Zero One Seven” is the second photobook of Pascal Kerouche. But the …

DREAM FOR SALE by Martin Lamberty

The largest lake of California has a person thinking of lush green landscapes with a rich flora and fauna. It …

THE REBEL PROJECT – the second Photobook by German Photographer Kai-Hendrik Schroeder

The feeling of stagnation.Standing still.To repeat oneself. Many people are trapped in their hamster wheel, doing the same thing every …