07/07/2018 – Schloss Charlottenburg – Architecture / Landscape / Flora und fauna
This magnificent palace, the largest in Berlin, was built in 1699 by the Elector Friedrich III for his wife Sophie Charlotte.
Built in the baroque style, it houses a multitude of paintings and other treasures from the period.
Set in what is now an English-style landscaped park. the grounds stretch out to the river Spree and include several small islands, the Belvedere Tea House and a Mausoleum.
This is the perfect location to capture images of sweeping landscapes, classical architecture, as well as all manner of flora and fauna in what are very impressive grounds.
This is a bring a camera and shoot event, suitable for both the beginner and the more experienced photographer, in fact anyone who wishes to improve their photography skills through practice, the main emphasis is on developing creative compositional skills rather than technical expertise.
If possible please bring 2 prints of previous work to the event, so that we all have something to pass around, discuss and critique during the refreshment break.
This service is available in all branches of Rossmann and prints can easily be made there and then in approximately 5 minutes – 13cm x 18cm Premium Fotoabzüge mit weißem Rand = €0,23 per print.
A tablet or smart phone is unfortunately not a suitable alternative.
If you have problems with PayPal, or don’t have a PalPal account because you still live in the 19th century, please bring it in cash.
Meetup events and Photo opportunities in Berlin
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Date and Time
July 7, 2018 - 2:00 pm
Please be punctual.
Schloss Charlottenburg, Spandauer Damm 20-24, 14059 Berlin
Meeting point: Directly in front of the gates to the main courtyard.
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