Berlin in Pictures

I spent the last three days shooting in Berlin together with my friend Shak. We hit a lot of interesting – sometimes even eerie – locations and what can I say? It was awesome! Here are a few of the pictures, follow the links to see more:

Berlin Neon – on the way home one night, I noticed how the red neon signs contrasted with the deep blue sky. Just a few shots, but I like them.

Design
A neon sign next to the Savignystraße S-Bahn station

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Berlin Stasizentrale – this is the headquarters of the former east German secret service that spied on the east German people.

Meeting
Meeting corner next to the office of the former Stasi chief

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Berlin Alexanderplatz – one of the important squares in the former eastern part of Berlin, I’ve been there for the first time back in 1987 and I love the TV tower.

Fernsehturm IV
The base of the Berlin TV tower

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Berlin Concrete – the Berlin Holocaust Memorial is a rather recent addition to Berlin. Planned by Peter Eisenmann, it features 2711 concrete blocks and I could spend hours exploring what the light does to the shapes and angles.

Concrete I
One of many different looks at the Berlin Holocaust Memorial

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Workshops with Chris Marquardt
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Chris Marquardt

Chris Marquardt is a photographic mythbuster and the host of Tips from the Top Floor, the world's longest running photography show. He has taught photography all over the world and his mission is to enable anybody to become a better photographer. He is also a regular guest on the TWiT Network.

4 thoughts on “Berlin in Pictures”

  1. I was in Berlin last year and made a point of going to the Holocaust Memorial for sunrise. Was there on my own and was very good for photography and to remember. Lovely crisp morning, with bright sunshine.

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