Kevin Krautgartners is an professional 28-year-old photographer and graphic designer who was born in Schwelm and currently lives and works in Wuppertal, Germany.
Kevin received his degree in photographer and design from University of Applied Sciences in Dortmund. Krautgartner shoots a lot of architecture, interior and urban photography. His work has taken him to many different countries around the world and some of his series have received international photography awards.
“The most important thing for getting best results is to find the right place from where I can capture my object perfectly. Sometimes I had to find a way to get a bit higher than the ground. After that I´m taking my shots using my Canon DSLR gear and color grading it with Lightroom/Photoshop,” he said.
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