Heiner HenningesHeiner Henninges studied journalism in Berlin, Paris, Göttingen and Munich. He worked as a freelance author and photographer for various German and international publications. His passion for photography and photo technology led him to write increasing numbers of articles for specialised photo magazines.
He was Editor-in-Chief for Technology and Practical Testing for the magazines, Photo and ColorFoto, and he has written over forty specialised books, many of which deal with Leica cameras and have been translated into various languages.
For many years Henninges was Editor-in-Chief of Leica Fotografie International and the special interest magazine, Schwarzweiss. His work as a photo reporter was exhibited under the title memories reloaded – fotos unterm regenbogen (– photos under the rainbow), at the Wall of Fame in the Max Hünten Haus in Zingst, as well as the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich, among other venues. He is currently working on a book about the Leica CL, as well as another exhibition titled Africa remastered, presenting his pictures taken in Africa.