Welcome to the Popp-Hackner Photography Image Library!
To start with, we have prepared images into various categories, seen as thumbnails. Before starting a search, you will have to find the one category, which will fit. (of course you can constantly switch between categories during a search!)
If you click on any of the keywords (or tags) on top of the page, you will filter the library and see all results listed below. Any additional keyword you will click, will ADD to the existing filter. If you will click on a keyword, that was already activated, you will close the keyword. All active keywords/tags will be blue. You can also use the search-engine.
Although its main purpose is to help photo buyers of all kinds to find the perfect image, everyone can stroll through the library as he pleases. However, to see images at maximum size, you’ll have to be logged in. Log-in is free but helps us to prevent/control image theft – at least a little bit. (the other version would be tiny images with ugly watermarks... who would want that?)
Once you are logged in, you can also see further and more detailed image information. (as soon as they are all uploaded!) You can add images to your cart and review the cart later on. If you are happy with you selection you can push the SEND button and the list will be forwarded to us.
IMPORTANT: You have not purchased anything by sending the list and we will come back to you by phone and email to verify your request.
Once the fees and usage conditions are clear, we can send you the hi-res files that same day via online transfer.
For any questions concerning file sizes:
All images with a straight five-figure number at the end (f.e. AUT_W_00135) are scanned 4x5” transparencies allowing huge prints sizes with superior details. (filesize up to 1.5 GB) Currently 90% of our images are taken that way – in summary about 15.000 4x5” images will be uploaded over the next months.
Images with a DC in front of the number (f.e. AUT_W_DC00135) were taken with a D-SLR. Mostly with a Nikon D-800 (36MP – up to 8bit/80 Megabyte tiff files).
Images with a HD in front of the number (AUT_W_HD00135) were taken with a digital Medium Format camera. Hasselblad H4D 60 (60MP – up to 8bit/175 Megabyte tiff files).