CEWE Looks German Holidaymakers In The Lens

Representative survey of CEWE and forsa investigated after the holiday of Oldenburg, August 05, 2011 the favourite holiday motifs and the processing of photos. Suitable for the holiday season, Europe’s leading photo service providers CEWE wanted to know what the Germans on holiday prefer shooting and how they prepare the photos after the holidays. Together with forsa (society for social research and statistical analysis), CEWE illuminated in a representative survey * more than 1,000 Germans the theme holiday photo. Favorite subject landscape surprise: instead of Bernd, sunset instead of Susanne, mount Church instead of Klaus. The Germans shoot in holiday prefer landscapes and cultural attractions as people.

With a total of 62 percent, landscapes are the motives across most frequently photographed by all ages. Followed by animals (18 percent), people (42 percent) and cultural attractions (46 percent). Only when the East Germans and the under 45 years, people are more popular than cultural attractions. And: the older the respondents, the less advanced people on holidays in the focus of the photo action. At the over 60 years only around one-fifth (22 percent) stated, to photograph people in the holiday.

Photo parking hard disk after the holiday stores the vast majority of Germans (74 percent) their photos on the computer. Not surprising: The likely technology-affine 14 to 29 years old are even over 83 per cent and men more often than women (81 per cent to 68 per cent) do so. Only about one in ten (11 per cent) of respondents makes the images on the memory card. Share photos: deductions for older, facebook & co. for the younger and photo books for all the processing of the holiday photos very individually held: more than a quarter (26 percent) opts for classic print (in the over 60 years even 32 percent), about one-fifth (19 per cent) would like to keep the memories quickly in hands and prints out the printing holiday photos, some more (21 percent) who stick Photos in an album, and 17 percent opt for the creation of a photo book via the Internet.