BiB-Bilder Edgar G. Biehle about me :
The fact that a technically faulty image in the conventional sense can be more emotionally effective than a technically flawless image, it will shock those who are naive enough to believe that technical perfection is the true value of a photograph. – Andreas Feininger –
Born in 1957, I have had a lifelong fascination with nature and wildlife. From a young age, I was captivated by the beauty of the world around me, and I found a creative outlet for this passion through photography. At the age of 8, I received my first Kodak film camera, and from that moment on, I spent my days exploring the nearby woods and fields, capturing images of insects and other creatures that caught my eye.
While my classmates were on the football field, I was content to wander through nature with my camera in hand, always searching for the perfect shot. In school, I joined a photo society and honed my skills as a photographer. However, as I embarked on my professional career, my hobby took a backseat, and I regretted not being able to pursue my passion more fully.
It wasn't until 2009 that I decided to take the plunge and turn my love of photography into a profession. In my idiosyncratic and somewhat unconventional way of life, I began photographing everything that interested and inspired me, using my images to draw attention to the beauty of our world and the problems facing it. Over the years, my work has been featured in books, magazines, newspapers, hunting magazines, posters, and advertisements around the world.
With my photographs, I strive to capture the essence of the world around us, to show people the beauty that surrounds us, and to encourage them to treat our earth with respect and care. As a freelance photographer, I am always happy to accept new projects and am thrilled whenever someone downloads one of my images.
If you are interested in my work or would like to discuss a potential project, please don't hesitate to get in touch. I look forward to hearing from you.
My photo equipment.