NürnbergMesse Instawalk (2)

Monochrome photo of a staircase designed by Zaha Hadid
1/8sec – f/4 – ISO200 – 29mm

This is the second post about my recent NürnbergMesse Instawalk at the Nuremberg Trade Fair organized by the admins of the Nuremberg Instagram community @igers_nuernberg. This episode is the monochrome edition….

Staircase with direction signs
1/125sec – f/14 – ISO1000 – 61mm
Monochrome photograph of facade reflections
1/320sec – f/5.6 – ISO200 – 92mm
Monochrome Fisheye photo of NürnbergMesse conference center
1/13sec – f/8 – ISO1600 – 7.5mm
Instagramers at work
1/80sec – f/4 – ISO1000 – 35mm
Monochrome detail photograph of a stack of chairs
1/80sec – f/4 – ISO1600 – 100mm
Fisheye photo of NürnbergMesse Entrance Hall
1/30sec – f/8 – ISO1600 – 7.5mm
Monochrome photo of a staircase
1/3sec – f/16 – ISO200 – 21mm

All photographs were taken with the Olympus OM-D E-M1X with my Zuiko 12-100mm F/4 Pro Zoom and the PEN-F with my WALIMEX Pro 7,5mm 1:3.5 Fish-Eye.

Postprocessing of the RAW files and conversion to monochrome in Adobe Lightroom CC Classic.

Read about the story of the Instawalk to NürnbergMesse in the first post.

I really enjoyed yet another walk with a group of likeminded photographers where we had so much fun. Thanks to the admins for organizing the walk and for NürnbergMesse to make it possible.

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Wish you a fabulous Wednesday!


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  1. I am stunned, Marcus. You’re a wonderful photographer — but you’ve outdone even yourself with this series! Just gorgeous. I bet the NürnbergMesse would buy these, if you were to offer them. 🙂

    1. Thanks, Heide, you are too kind, as always 🙂 ! Actually, the NürnbergMesse asked for five of my pictures from the Instawalk to be used in their print and online media, which is of course quite flattering. No money though – it was in exchange for being able to tour the fairgrounds with cameras and tripods. But we will get credited as photographers, which is nice as well. Happy Sunday! Marcus

      1. I suppose fame comes in second behind money as fair compensation, Marcus. 🙂 Congratulations! That is very cool.

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