Flickr member Peter Herd used a Ricoh GR to capture runners in Berlin. If you click through to Peter’s Flickr post, you’ll see this was shot at a shutter speed of 1 second. Given that the buildings and tower are so sharp I would think he had a tripod or braced his camera on something. It’s a great effect and he has other examples of it as well.
My Flickr contact Werner Schwehm posted this dramatic image of steel sculpture from below, taken in Berlin, Germany. Another great perspective image.
Flickr member Alexander Fink posted this futuristic interior of the DZ Bank in Berlin, Germany taken with his Panasonic GX7.
My flickr contact anton flow posted this fantastic image taken looking down at a person walking in Berlin.
Talk about great timing.
Flickr member Jens Unger shot this at the Rosenthaler Platz subway station in Berlin, Germany with his Canon 6D.
My flickr contact anton flow posted this fantastic image taken at Tempelhof Airport in Berlin, Germany with his Ricoh GXR.
The near/far, the bokeh up close, the silhouettes, all fantastic.
My flickr contact anton flow shot this in Berlin.
The grain is terrific on this shot, must use more grain!
Flickr member anton flow took this great reflection in Berlin, Germany with a Canon PowerShot G15.
Flickr member Bernd Schaefers posted wonderful shot of an outside staircase and concrete wall with people for scale in Berlin, Germany with his Olympus E-M5.