n Dieter Rehm’s photographs the individual life of the sceneries is as important as the distortion of the pictures in post-editing such as reversed positive-negative effects. The pictures are taken at different times of the day, preferably at night when certain contrasts appear due to the artificial light. The photographs are fitted on large formats using C-Print. The exaggerated light dramaturgy and colours are often reminiscent of conditions that draw inspiration from music and drugs.
When Dieter Rehm edits his pictures sometimes lurid hot pink, purple and green hues are dominant. His architecture photographs are brought to live by strong light-dark contrasts but also by the symmetrical position of the motif. He has photographed several halls in the castle Herrenchiemsee, the St. Mark’s square in Venice and the shopping centre Lafayette in Paris. In his architecture photography he pays special attention to the structure and decoration of the rooms or buildings.