This tour starts in the center of “Mitte”, Berlin is animated by a number of residential districts with its old houses, streets and backyards. One of them, the "Hackesche Höfe" has been rebuilt and is now filled with art galleries, restaurants, cinemas and industries where we can observe and photograph the craftsmen at work.
- Done in English
After a short walk and a passage in "Spree-River", we arrive at the "Museumsinsel" (the island of the museums) where one can photograph the architecture. Built under several reigns of Prussian kings with internationally renowned museums. The real challenge for the photographer is to take the monumental style.
Stroll along the Spree river, we pass the old Schlossbrücke (Castle Bridge), the Staatsoper (Opera), the statue of "Frederic the Great", the most famous king of Germany. The tour ends at the oldest of Berlin's historic sites: St. Nicholas, a medieval German city center (church, tavern, houses) usually rebuilt in the days of East Germany in the 1970s.
Photography during the Berlin walking tour ends at St. Nicholas Church.
Some things you will learn from your photographer guide:
- How to Incorporate Lighting Conditions to Create Spectacular Photos
- How to Capture the Atmosphere of a Particular Scene
- How to compose a photo to get the maximum effect
Starting point :
Departure from the S-Bahnhof (train station) Hackescher Markt, exit (exit) "Hackescher Markt", level of the street
Departure time :
At Saint-Nicolas Church