Altes Museum by Daniele Leone

The shooting date was 12/08/2019 during a trip to Berlin. This photo was taken with a tripod at the Altes Museum. The gentleman in the photograph is another photographer shooting freehand. All this took some time because there were a lot of people, but still the presence of the human figure in architecture photos adds a touch of street photography.

SONY ILCE 7-RM2 wirh TS-E17mm | Exposure 1/50sec @ f/16 | ISO 100 | Focal Length 17mm

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Photo of the Day

Award Date
November 18, 2020

67.5

AWARD SCORE

Value 13
Clarity 12.5
Composition 18
Style 12
Skill 12

Photograph Location
Berlin, Germany

Daniele Leone was born in Milan in 1974. He is an Apulian by adoption, but having his grandparents in Florence and an uncle in Milan, he often goes to visit them with his parents. On these long car trips, he learned about his country, the beauty of the landscapes he crossed, the culture of the local people and the art in the great museums thus starting to take the first photos handling a Minolta. However, it is his uncle, a technical designer in Milan and a great traveler, who lays the foundations for his interest in photography and architecture that immediately animated his interest.

Current Location
Lecce, Italy

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