Author: Hiltrud Enders

Wellen mit Versen 

Sie sind da! Frisch ausgepackt liegen die Hefte auf dem großen Tisch. Seit vielen Jahren sammel ich diese gemalten, zufälligen Bilder. Fotografie wird zum Aquarell, zufällige Striche und weiche Farben bekleiden die Seiten. María José Obieta hat sie vertieft mit ihren aquarellierten Versen. Die Zusammenstellung und Gestaltung…

Strolling

Every city has its own grammar, its own choice of words, or even just a special way of quoting itself. Some read the density of places, the weight or sound, its rhythm, tones and pauses. Some read frequencies of security or fear. There are first…

trains and barriers

The TGV from Frankfurt to Avignon has two levels. The view from the window on the lower level is filtered through a net of dust on the windows. I take a seat in the carefully booked reality. All the tickets and apps are waiting in…

Memories

My memory starts early in my childhood. People are talking, I am part of it and it feels like a movement, like wanting to catch light with my hand. Ice melts, someone laughs. Clouds drifting, white before blue. Forest fully inhaling, before green. Lightly the…

Lesen

Ich werde immer wieder gefragt welche Buchempfehlungen ich zur kontemplativen Fotografie habe. Voila, hier sind! Freude am Sehen, Hiltrud Enders, dpunkt Verlag gebunden erhältlich über jede Buchhandlung oder direkt beim Verlag Als E-Book erhältlich beim Verlag Bücher von Michael Wood & Julie DuBose, in englischer…

Workshops 2022

In case we can not travel and meet due to the pandemic, we will think about an online class using the same dates. Meetings will be following the rules of prevention. Miksang Intensive, Methana, Greece Taught in English Workshop 1 Making Contact: May 17th, evening…

The poetic revolution

Quotes from Ariadne von Schirach, Translated by deepl “A meaningful life is one that I can say I have lived consciously. Or to put it poetically: I believe that each person is a song that exists only once. A song in this infinite symphony of…

Smartphone Photography

Here we share our experiences or even quote something we have read. David Ulrich, for example, the author of Zen Photography recommends copying the photos from the smartphone to the computer once a week. Not only to save them, but also to really look at…

Hang in there

* Look at your pictures of today in 2019, 2018, 2017… Put together photo series. Maybe you notice that you have an affinity to certain motifs * Print out your photos. Experiment with papers and printing techniques and send them as gifts. * Take pictures in your…