The Most Photogenic Places in Berlin.
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Berlin is the capital of Germany and one of the most beautiful cities in the world! The aesthetics of Berlin cannot be confused with any other city in the world! Berlin is the capital of the underground and street art, walls and fences hung with colorful posters and painted with a variety of graffiti. The underground in Berlin is adjacent to the exquisite antique German architecture of cathedrals, squares and monuments. But that's not all, Berlin is filled with works of modern architecture, incredible space buildings that amaze the imagination. In Berlin, you will definitely find a location for a photo shoot that will satisfy any of your creative ideas.

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    Am Rohrbusch 1

    Berlin

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    Bebelplatz

    Berlin

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    Schwarzer Weg

    Berlin

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    Bodestraße 1

    Berlin

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    Ludwig-Erhard-Ufer

    Berlin

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    Helen-Ernst-Straße

    Berlin

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    Carl-Heinrich-Becker-Weg 36

    Berlin

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    Teufelsseechaussee

    Berlin

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    Carl-Heinrich-Becker-Weg 36

    Berlin

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    Carl-Heinrich-Becker-Weg 36

    Berlin

  • Siemenssteg - location for industrial photos

    Siemenssteg_awesome_brige_spot.jpg The top view is better. A beautiful view opens up on the massive iron beams of an ordinary footbridge. For both the viewer and the photographer. The play of parallel and perpendicular lines in the frame is mesmerizing. And partly dangerous and brutal photo shoots in urban style are saturated with the spirit of freedom and extreme sports. By the way, the Siemens bridge used to have a task: to store power lines in itself. After the war, the bridge lost its original purpose and became a small restored pedestrian bridge. But the harsh, partly rough aesthetics of industrialism is still felt here.

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    Iburger Ufer 22

    Berlin

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    Gabrielenstraße 65A

    Berlin

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    Margarete-Steffin-Straße

    Berlin

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    Margarete-Steffin-Straße

    Berlin

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    John-Foster-Dulles-Allee

    Berlin

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    John-Foster-Dulles-Allee

    Berlin

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    John-Foster-Dulles-Allee

    Berlin

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    Margarete-Steffin-Straße

    Berlin

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    Unter den Linden

    Berlin

  • Berlin is in the future

    32s.jpg In addition to classical architectural sights, Berlin is filled with a huge number of new buildings, made in all the traditions of modern architecture. Such houses look simply stunning and sometimes it does not fit into the head that such structures have already been built and are not drawn in some fantastic book. Nowadays, they are not just beautiful buildings, but also great locations for photo shoots, you can get a lot of futuristic photo shoots, in any style you can imagine. A variety of forms of flowers and material give a huge scope for creativity.

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    Unter den Linden

    Berlin

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    Hinter dem Gießhaus

    Berlin

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    Unter den Linden

    Berlin

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    Unter den Linden

    Berlin

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    Hallesches Ufer

    Berlin

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    Fritz-Riedel-Straße 2

    Berlin

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    Leipziger Straße

    Berlin

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    Leipziger Straße

    Berlin

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    Oderberger Straße 29

    Berlin

  • James-Simon-Galerie

    JamesSimonGalerie_berlin_dance_photospot.jpg A mundane gallery with a minimalist design and miniature colonnades is a laconic location for romantic photos or contrasting photo shoots on the street. Against the backdrop of the usual magnificent buildings of museums, the James Simon Gallery is devoid of external pathos. Therefore, stylish and daring industrial photos will turn out quite well here. The entrance is closed between two walls that form a small patio where you can create - look for non-trivial combinations of light and shadow among the columns or create atypical shots with bright accents in clothes.

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    Reichstagufer

    Berlin

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    Kurfürstenstraße 81

    Berlin

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    Nikolaikirchplatz

    Berlin

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    Messedamm

    Berlin

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    Lindenstraße

    Berlin

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    Am Fichtenberg 16

    Berlin

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    Melanchthonstraße 19

    Berlin

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    Heidestraße 3

    Berlin

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    Heidestraße 3

    Berlin

  • Modern Berlin underground

    31s.jpg In our time, Berlin has become a modern city, full of colors, beautiful modern buildings, but the underground is alive and developing at a great speed. There are several districts in Berlin such as Berlina-Miethe, Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg that make it clear that street culture is flourishing in this city. Throughout the city you can find works of art in the form of street art objects, graffiti, installations and posters. Such places are usually great places for photo shoots, whether you want to take a grunge photo or a bright romantic photo shoot.

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    Stresemannstraße 17

    Berlin

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    Hallesches Ufer 26

    Berlin

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    Bodestraße 1

    Berlin

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    Heidestraße

    Berlin

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    Hallesches Ufer 26

    Berlin

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    Kemperplatz

    Berlin

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    Cotheniusstraße

    Berlin

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    Herbert-von-Karajan-Straße 1

    Berlin

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    Burgstraße

    Berlin

  • Staatsoper Unter den Linden. A place for a sublime photo session

    Staatsoper_Unter_den_Linden_Berlin_opera_building.jpg Miniature and Georgian, the Berlin State Opera is at its most beautiful in the evening, when the main entrance and statues are illuminated by lamps, the outer columns are shaded. At dusk, this building is a godsend for architectural photography. Due to the lighting, it looks pompous in the long and medium plans. And more gracefully, bewitchingly - in the near, where the details of the bas-relief are approaching and photographed with the capture of the darkening sky. Every corner and sculpture at the entrance to the opera deserve attention for its sophistication. Next to them, you just want a vintage photo session and a dreamy love story.

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    Rahel-Hirsch-Straße

    Berlin

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    Suhler Straße 50

    Berlin

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    Siegmarstraße 66

    Berlin

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    Siegmarstraße 66

    Berlin

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    Siegmarstraße 66

    Berlin

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    Kapelle-Ufer

    Berlin

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    Margarete-Steffin-Straße

    Berlin

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    Kapelle-Ufer

    Berlin

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    Siegmarstraße 66

    Berlin

  • Snow-white dome of the Tempodrom

    Tempodrom_berlin_architecture_photospot.jpg Tempodrome is a huge entertainment complex with an expressive roof. The building itself resembles a modernized tent, and the roof is snow-white ski slopes. On these "descents" you can climb how high - depends on your dexterity. And then experiment with angles. Pointy lines pointing upwards at the right angle create a deep perspective, and portrait photographs are unusual and multifaceted. For daytime photos, it is best to choose contrasting clothing to stand out against the light textured dome.

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    Tamara-Danz-Straße

    Berlin

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    Tamara-Danz-Straße

    Berlin

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    Köpenicker Straße 56

    Berlin

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    Adele-Schreiber-Krieger-Straße

    Berlin

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    Tamara-Danz-Straße

    Berlin

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    Herbert-von-Karajan-Straße

    Berlin

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    Reichstagufer

    Berlin

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    Rahel-Hirsch-Straße

    Berlin

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    Margarete-Steffin-Straße

    Berlin

  • Kapelle der Versöhnung - a magnificent wooden church

    wood_church_photoshoot.jpg This compact oval chapel is a real artifact. Built from the Berlin Wall memorial in a minimalistic style and hidden behind a lattice wrapper, also oval. The rounded ripples of the straight stripes lengthen the space, and together with the main building create parallel guide lines, leading the eye past a slight turn and intriguing the imagination. Simplicity of design does not simplify photography itself. Near the chapel, aesthetic shots are obtained with the correct direction of light and the location of geometric elements and a person in the frame. So don't forget about the rule of thirds.

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    Adele-Schreiber-Krieger-Straße

    Berlin

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    Reichstagufer

    Berlin

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    Tiergartenstraße 6

    Berlin

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    Bodestraße 5

    Berlin

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    Bodestraße 5

    Berlin

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    Pariser Platz

    Berlin

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    Adele-Schreiber-Krieger-Straße 1

    Berlin

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    Hinter dem Gießhaus

    Berlin

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    Möckernstraße 135

    Berlin

  • Sanssouci Park - the park at the palace of Frederick the Great

    girl_photoshoot_spot_Berlin.jpg This majestic park exudes an aura of noble luxury. Sans Souci is one of the best aesthetic locations for blog photos. Against the backdrop of the palace of Frederick the Great, a huge space opens up with evenly trimmed bushes and trees. In the photo, the palace looks grandiose and in itself. But even in these scenery photos of the offer or tourist portraits look perfect. Use the rule of thirds, find beautiful long and medium shots. Try to catch the rhythm in the details and light. And to convey nobility, take pictures in the garden against the backdrop of the palace during the day.

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    Wassertorstraße 12

    Berlin

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    Adele-Schreiber-Krieger-Straße

    Berlin

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    Möckernstraße 135

    Berlin

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    Kapelle-Ufer 2

    Berlin

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    Adele-Schreiber-Krieger-Straße

    Berlin

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    Möckernstraße 135

    Berlin

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    John-Foster-Dulles-Allee

    Berlin

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    Carl-Heinrich-Becker-Weg 36

    Berlin

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    Teufelsseechaussee 10

    Berlin

  • Photography style in Berlin

    33s.jpg Berlin has its own special style and charm, especially seen in the photographs taken by thousands of photographers, bloggers and tourists every day. Berlin photographers love gray, slightly gloomy locations, a lot of concrete and graffiti, but they can't do without bright and rich colors. The processing is usually dark and muted, emphasizing the location and creating an unusual aesthetic. Street photography is incredibly common, against the background of intricate, but at the same time strict German architecture. Models usually choose discreet colors, pastels, but closer to dark ones.

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    Helen-Ernst-Straße 4

    Berlin

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    Museumstraße

    Berlin

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    Am Hamburger Bahnhof

    Berlin

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    Teufelsseechaussee 10

    Berlin

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    Adele-Schreiber-Krieger-Straße

    Berlin

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    Jesse-Owens-Allee

    Berlin

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    Iburger Ufer

    Berlin

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    Kapelle-Ufer 2

    Berlin

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    Möckernstraße 10

    Berlin

  • Alte Nationalgalerie

    Alte_Nationalgalerie_photolocation.jpg The Old National Gallery in Berlin is a place where you will be filled spiritually and make a beautiful photo shoot in restrained colors. A photo session in a museum is a classic. Calm light gray tiles on the floor and walls without railings, massive colorful paintings and the only object - an entourage bench - all this visually expands the space of the room. A person against the backdrop of giant canvases looks small in front of all-consuming art. Sometimes simple shots are filled with more meaning than the rest, and a photograph from afar will help to reflect it.

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    Museumstraße

    Berlin

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    Am Lustgarten

    Berlin

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    John-Foster-Dulles-Allee 10

    Berlin

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    Greifswalder Straße 81

    Berlin

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    Ludwig-Erhard-Ufer

    Berlin

  • Hansastraße

    Berlin

  • Hansastraße

    Berlin

  • Uferstraße 8

    Berlin

  • Hochstraße 6

    Berlin