Frankfurt - DZ Bank

Wieder ein Foto von meinem wirklich sehr ergiebigen Fototag in Frankfurt im Mai: die Deutsche Bank in der Taunusanlage. Der Gebäudekomplex der Architekten Walter Hanig, Heinz Scheid und Johannes Schmidt aus dem Jahr 1984 zählt wohl zu den bekanntesten Geäuden der Moderne in Deutschland. Eigentlich waren die beiden Türme für die Hotelkette Hyatt geplant, wurden dann aber noch während des Baus von der Deutschen Bank übernommen.

 

Meinen Fine Art Postprocessing-Workflow habe ich euch bereits hier beschrieben. Die Techniken, die ich bei diesem Bild verwendet habe, sind exakt die gleichen, wie bei dem der DZ Bank. Daher gibt es heute keinen großen Worte, keine lange Story, sondern einfach nur das Foto. Ich hoffe, es gefällt euch!

Deutsche Bank - Frankfurt (Copyright Martin Schmidt, Fotograf für Schwarz-Weiß Fine-Art Architektur- und Landschaftsfotografie aus Nürnberg)
Deutsche Bank - Frankfurt (Copyright Martin Schmidt, Fotograf für Schwarz-Weiß Fine-Art Architektur- und Landschaftsfotografie aus Nürnberg)

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