Hi, my name is Nicolas Armer and I'm a 27-year-old outdoor photographer from Germany.
Being outdoors has always played a major role in my life. Whenever I'm in nature my mind and body seem to relax. All the rush and stress from everyday life simply vanishes.
Pretty soon after I started my career as a photographer I realized that shooting nature and outdoor-activities was the thing I want to do.
I'm more than grateful to have a passion that allows me to travel, meet new people, go on unforgettable adventures and earn some money at the same time.
My favorite things to shoot are: kayaking, highlining, snowboarding or skiing, flyfishing, landscapes and nature.
In Germany I'm also working as a photojournalist, which led to publications in the Washington Post, New York Times, The Guardian, Stern, Sydney Morning Herald, SFChronicle, The Wall Street Journal and much more.
The perfect day for me would look like this. Waking up in a tent on a mountain on the Lofoten Islands at night. Cooking breakfast with the crew before shooting the night sky and some highlining during sunrise. After that, hiking back to the car to shoot some kayaking and fishing near the beautiful town of Reine. To end the day we'd gather around a campfire with some beers and grilled fish while enjoying the sunset.