Nuremberg Airport Instawalk (3)

1/8 sec – f/4 – ISO 320 – 24mm

This post is the 3rd and final episode with my photos from the Instawalk at Nuremberg’s Albrecht Dürer Airport (NUE), organized by the admins of the Nuremberg Instagram community @igers_nuernberg (in case you missed it, you can read the first two posts here and here). The walk, authorized by the Airport, gave 15 Instagramers the possibility to tour the car parks of the airport with cameras and tripods. The group was led by two admins and and a photographer from the airport staff. To check out the rest of my images continue after the jump….

1/4 sec – f/4 – ISO 320 – 25mm


1/13 sec – f/4 – ISO 2000 – 100mm



1/10 sec – f/4 – ISO 320 – 12mm


1/10 sec – f/4 – ISO 320 – 41mm


6 sec – f/10 – ISO 250 – 28mm


4 sec – f/4.5 – ISO 250 – 190mm

I’m definitely looking forward to the next Instawalk by the Nuremberg Instagramers. I can only recommend that you look to join your own local photowalk or, if you can’t find anything, reach out to like-minded photographers in your are and organize your own walk.

Wish you a great Sunday!


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19 thoughts on “Nuremberg Airport Instawalk (3)

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  1. Wow great imagery. I never thought to get permission for a group of photographers to do that? I’m off to do some research!

    1. Thanks, Stuart! The local Instagram community has great connections to the city authorities, they do lots of things like that. The city benefits from nice photos and publicity. It’s a win-win.

  2. Your skills have always amazed me and your talents are beyond my dear friend. But I’m in love with your vision and what you select to fill your viewfinder. Technical skills can be learned, but not everyone sees. Beautiful work as always.

  3. These are WONDERFUL, Marcus! Every last one of them. Really don’t know how you do it … but I’m both inspired, and in awe.

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