Holger Nimtz lives and works in Berlin. He is fascinated by discovering the abstract sides of nature and harmoniously combining shapes and colors. As well he is a grey tone lover. In many of his works tranquility and relaxation can be found.
In addition, he works on visualizing movements or smoothing them with the help of long exposures. Movements and blurring are two central stylistic devices in his pictures. By reducing to minimalism, Nimtz tries to show the viewer the essentials. The conception and realization of photographic ideas inspires him again and again.
- Fine Art Photography Awards - 4TH EDITION 2018: 1x Nominee in Fine Art Category
- International Photographer of the year 2107: 3x honorable mention in Open Category (Long Exposure), Fine Art (Landscapes), Fine Art (Abstract)
- Monochrome Photography Awards 2017: 3x Honorable Mention in Fine Art
- ND Photography Awards 2017: 5x Honorable Mention in Special (Long Exposure), Fine Art (Landscape), Fine Art (Abstract)
All the pictures in my series "faces of the sea" (see below) were taken from a high dune at the North Sea - always from exactly the same point of view. The pictures show the same part of the sea on six different days.