A few different Instagramer met up on the weekend to discover some hidden places in Dresden with their Samsung Galaxy phone. Dresden is a city that offers you a lot but I think especially amazing are the pictures taken with dancers in front of different buildings. The photographers shot in the right moment to give the pictures a lightness and a vivacity that only an expert can capture. With the support of some dancer inter alia @THESAXONZ  those shots could be achieved.

 

@loewe7 took this beautiful photo in the palace Pillnitz. The whole palace complex in the Elbe Valley of Dresden delighted with it’s summerhouses. The architecture is decorated with plants – amidst the dancer on a spiral staircase. How magical!

 
Yes and last but not least from the palace Pillnitz but this time from the inside made by the photographer @tobias__k. You can see the tiled floor and the murals hazily. One door leave is open and you can tell that there is a dancer standing, behind her the light is coming through into the room.

This photo has so much power! It was taken by @herr_pola_roid on the roof of the congress center Dresden.

The picture of @uwa2000 does not only impress with the scenery of the ‘Dresdner Zwinger’ but also because of the combination breakdance and ballet. Yes it works wonderfully on one photography, that’s how you create new interesting content!

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The residence palace Dresden is one of the oldest buildings of the city. The archways of the stable yard, remnants of the renaissance, form a nice motif. But the highlight of the picture is for sure the dancer who seems to fly through the photo – taken by @lenasberlin

“Some people can keep their balance even in the air…” – @enkaspass. In fact in front of the Bundeswehr Military History Museum.

@tabeameredith posiert für @thomas_k

@tabeameredith does the posing for @thomas_k at the palace Pillnitz. In front of the blue and white flower wall the whole makes an elegant picture.

In a dark building entrance in front o a yellow passing tram, @asmeealex is dancing with his partner. @brueggemann takes a photo and as he captures this special moment.

Yes and last but not least from the palace Pillnitz but this time from the inside made by the photographer @tobias__k. You can see the tiled floor and the murals hazily. One door leave is open and you can tell that there is a dancer standing, behind her the light is coming through into the room.

Strike the pose! The picture looks like fun and the red tights stand out perfectly against the gray background. Taken was this photo by @steffimarla.

This picture talks for itself. Thanks to the photographer @diananotes and the dancers for this amazing shot!

 @tonistadlr lives in Dresden, he took the cover page. He draws his positiv conclusion of the Meet-up:” It is always surprising how many people shot and process known motives in such different ways. Furthermore I got the chance to get to know and meet so many people that I’ve known already through Instagram but never met personally before. And of course old faces. I was very happy to welcome everybody in Dresden.