Last week I was travelling in Germany and I got to spend some time in the beautiful town of Heppenheim. Heppenheim is a little town about 40 minutes outside of Frankfurt and is filled with some really pretty medieval buildings. I had been there last year too and I had gotten some nice shots, but this time I was trying to do things a little differently, and so I was focussed more on the details.

Unfortunately the weather wasn’t great while I was there, so the light was never great. I did get some nice golden shots one evening though when the sun came out, but I’ll save them for another day. I decided to instead do a sort of study of the medieval timber frame and building architecture, and do so in a high contrast black and white style. Here are the results. You can also check out this set on Flickr.

Images were taken with the Fuji X-Pro 2 and Processed in a combination of Lightroom and Iridient Developer.

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