24/02/2018 – Photo Theme: The Nikolaikirche Museum

Although the winter temperatures here hinder prolonged outdoor photography, they do however present us with the opportunity to explore some of the indoor optical treasures Berlin has to offer.

This week: The Nikolaikirche Museum

Completed in 1230 this medieval church is Berlin’s oldest building and now houses a museum concerning Berlin’s history.

The interior offers plenty of architectural photo opportunities, with the vaulted ceilings, both for wide angles and close-up details.

Photo tips:

Composition: Rule of thirds

Technique: Wide angles

Technique: Architecture

Location info:



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This is a practical photography event, so bring a camera, anything will do: digital, analog, even an old iPhone.

The aim of this event is to capture a series of 4-6 photos with which a story is told about something concerning either the theme or the location visited.

Event host: Andrew James Kirkwood

RSPVing to this event requires advance payment of: €2,50

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Entrance to the museum will cost an additional €5

Reserve a place

Either use the form below or go to the Meetup website to book a place.

* required field.

Bookings no longer allowed on this date.

Date and Time

February 24, 2018 - 2:00 pm

Please be punctual, because lateness is theft, it's stealing time from others.


Meeting Point

Nikolaikirche Museum, Nikolaikirchplatz, 10178 Berlin


Meeting point: Outside the main entrance to the church on the square.

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- Max no. of images: 10

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And if you think that you have a series of photos that merit being presented in the form of a photo-essay, please go to fotoprosa.de and upload them there instead.

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