The theme of this fifth meetup is "lost places/nature", we are looking for photographers interested in nature, portraits and abandoned buildings.
As a photographer you'll get to meet really cool people,get beautiful shots and hopefully learn something new and as a model you'll get beautiful pictures of you as well as meeting new cool people too ;)
The location for the shoot is "Teufelsberg" and "Drachenberg" where we will explore the old listening station TEUFELSBERG (perfect location for portraits and graffiti theme pictures) for an hour and move to DRACHENBERG - 20 mins walk from first location.
Drachenberg is again a great location for portraits. To spice things up, we are planning to use smoke bombs and steel wool in this location and believe will be great during sunset. Drone enthusiasts can bring their drones too.
Entry ticket for Teufelsberg will be 5 euros and 15 euros if you are bringing a camera and it is worth it!
HOW TO GET THERE IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT?
For people taking the public transport, the closest bus station is Flatowallee/Olympionstadion. From the bus station, its 15-20 mins walk to the meetup point.
Google Maps Link - https://goo.gl/maps/cFBzpLBv2W22
Bring all your cameras, lenses, reflectors, flashes and others, you won't want to miss anything. The meeting point will be the entrance of Teufelsberg at 3pm and will wrap up the shoot at 6pm before it's too dark.
Thanks to all the cool photographers and models who already showed interest.
We gladly welcome any suggestions or ideas :)
We will share a google link with our live location a few minutes before the event so you can always find us.
PLEASE POST ALL YOUR PHOTOS FROM THE EVENT HERE: https://photos.app.goo.gl/xKfztWGjVa5di8Z48
Models please comment your instagram name on the pictures you appear in.
DON'T FORGET TO TAG #BEAZYMEET AND THE PHOTOGRAPHER/MODEL WHEN POSTING ON INSTAGRAM!
Liability Disclaimer: The organizers of this meet-up are unpaid volunteers and not experts. All participants agree to assume 100% responsibility for their own safety, conduct, and well-being and recognize that possible hazards exist while participating in outdoor (or any other) activities, and agree to participate solely at their own risk.