Heinrich Heidersberger (born in Ingolstadt on June 10, 1906; died July 14, 2006) was a German photographer noted for his work on architectural subjects.
Heidersberger attended the now defunct Academie Moderne, formerly at 86 rue Notre-Dame des Champs in Montparnasse. There he studied painting under Fernand Leger. His surrealist work was inspired at least in part by Man Ray. He worked for Stern magazine in the 1940s, wherein he published a controversial series of erotic photographs involving projected light and shadows on nude women.