Germany’s biggest photo magazine

The digital revolution has led to profound changes in photography. It has never been easier to take good pictures and share them with others. No other hobby has as many followers around the world. Photos are everywhere and, thanks to smartphones, we can take them whenever we like.

However, you need a real camera to capture truly excellent images. And this is precisely where Chip Foto-Video comes in: Practical tests & advice on buying cameras, lenses and accessories. Valuable tips for taking better photos. Impressive images from all fields of photography. In short, the editorial team provides up-to-date and independent reports on everything of interest to ambitious photographers. With a passion for their topic and plenty of expertise from their own testing laboratory and photo studio.

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Editor-in-chief

Florian Schuster has been managing Chip Foto-Video since the magazine was founded in 2003. Since then, he has turned photography into one of Chip’s most important areas, both in print and online. He previously served as deputy editor-in-chief of Chip Online. He has also been part of the Chip management board since 2011.

Florian Schuster has been managing Chip Foto-Video since the magazine was founded in 2003. Since then, he has turned photography into one of Chip’s most important areas, both in print and online. He previously served as deputy editor-in-chief of Chip Online. He has also been part of the Chip management board since 2011.

Facts
Division BurdaForward
Managing directors Thomas Koelzer (CEO), Markus Scheuermann (COO)
Editor-in-chief Florian Schuster
Headquarters Munich
Frequency Monthly
Price €6.50 (incl. DVD)
Published since 2003
Reach 0.27 million readers (ma 2016/II)
Circulation 45,353 (paid circulation, IVW II/2016)
Senior brand manager Erik Wicha
Contact redaktion@chip.de

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Editor-in-chief

Florian Schuster has been managing Chip Foto-Video since the magazine was founded in 2003. Since then, he has turned photography into one of Chip’s most important areas, both in print and online. He previously served as deputy editor-in-chief of Chip Online. He has also been part of the Chip management board since 2011.