They were not the pretty pictures of "willows by the river or beeches in the fog" that he was after, but rather the landscapes of a world violently "disturbed" by man.
Ingeborg Bock-Schroeder's fashion photographs broke through barriers and crossed the line between artistic and commercial demands.
In addition to the not always easy shooting of fabric and surface details, her memorable images fulfil and challenge the wishes and ideas of the viewer.
Ingeborg Bock-Schroeder's outdoor shots and innovative photographs show the transformative power of the camera lens.
Ingeborg Bock-Schroeder adapted a new bold and energetic aesthetic approach.
In the early 1960's she introduced a fresh, adventurous and direct spirit into fashion camera art
Ingeborg Bock-Schroeder worked for all notable fashion magazines in Germany in the 1960's and 1970's
In her photographs Women were inventing themselves in new and modern roles.
Through her lens she presented a contemporary society