Tour de France 2018

Last year he was able to walk to the start but this year it was a long drive to the start of the Tour de France. Philipp Hympendahl took his 6x17 analog panorama camera to the Alps. He came back with one of his favourite photos and a text essay: "A day at the races".

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TDF 2018
Buchprojekte
Book projects

Book projects with photos by Philipp Hympendahl that have just been completed: The high-quality architecture book for the company GEBAG in Duisburg and the tango book "Lost in Tango" - recently published by Heel Verlag.

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Classic season

Philipp Hympendahl photographed the famous spring classics for the current TOUR cycling magazine with extreme climbs and cobblestone sections - key points where the race often decides.

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Frühjahrsklassiker
Qualitaetsaufnahmen von PHILIPP.HYMPENDAHL
Order of pictures

The cycling pictures of Philipp Hympendahl can be ordered in different qualities. Here are a few application examples. If you like a motive, just send us an email and you will get an individual consultation and an offer on request.

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Television

WDR Lokalzeit accompanied the photographer Philipp Hympendahl during his tour. The professional photographer from Düsseldorf has been photographing the event for years.

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Paris 2017 - Finale der Tour de France
Finale der Tour de France in Paris 2017
TdF 2017 in Paris

On the final course of the Tour de France 2017 in Paris Philipp Hympendahl did not crank up his manual camera in the heat of the moment - but this "accident" turned out to be quite nice.

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Ausstellung Mythos Tour de France Düsseldorf
MYTHOS TOUR DE FRANCE

On the occasion of the Grand Départ 2017 in Düsseldorf Philipp Hympendahl shows his most beautiful photos of the Tour de France in an international exhibition with renowned photographers.

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Philipp Hympendahl
Looking back

The exhibition "Mythos Tour De France" at the NRW-Forum Düsseldorf is open and can be visited with immediate effect. At the vernissage there was a short speech by Philipp Hympendahl, which can be read here.

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Panorama Cycling

Competitive sport is based on a belief in technology - and event photography is often perfect. You could say: Too perfect to work out the deep character. Hympendahl sets catchy contrasts with its analogue panoramas.

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Philipp Hympendahl – Panorama No. 30
Bye bye Tom Boonen
Bye bye Tom Boonen

As a farewell to Tom Boonen, Hympendahl has produced one of the most popular motifs of the Belgian cycling star as a high-quality art print in a limited edition of 100 pieces. Handsigned available for 159,-

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PHILIPP HYMPENDAHL – Lunchtime
Lunchtime-Düsseldorf

On the occasion of the Grand Depart 2017 there is the motive "Lunchtime-Düsseldorf" in a high-quality, limited edition of 100 pieces in the size 98 x 78 cm.

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The Village

Philipp Hympendahl took the 9 meter long panorama photo "The Village" in October 2010 from a 40 meter high crane on the Düsseldorfer Rheinwiesen. The picture consists of around 100 individual photos, which were fused into a whole over a period of several weeks.

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Riesenpanorama
La Photo

In July 2001 Philipp Hympendahl took one of his favourite photos during the Tour de France in the magical Alpe d`Huez. He drove to the destination of the mountain stage, slept in the car and set up his 8x10 inch large format camera the next day.

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„Momente des Radsports"

The book "Beyond the Finish Line" has now been published in German by Heel Verlag. A must for every cyclist.

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Orkan Ela

The storm "Ela" raged in Düsseldorf in an unprecedented way. Philipp Hympendahl photographed the damage with a very special technique. This resulted in a limited edition.

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