Photographer's Note

This is a photo of Nationalmuseum (with Grand Hotel in the background), taken from Skeppsholmsbron.

Everyone takes a photo of the museum from the opposite side or "full-face". I suggest a different perspective... at least I haven't seen such a photo here on TE. So I'm posting this one, after numerous hesitations.

In my opinion, this perspective view is one of the most difficult views for taking photos.

About this shot: originally, it has a strong blue tint because, for some crazy reason, it was taken with the camera settings "slide effect" which added this blue tint to the image! :(

PP work: removal of the blue tint; cropping part of the left side.
Nationalmuseum is the national gallery of Sweden, located on the peninsula Blasieholmen in central Stockholm.

The museum exhibits an impressive art collection due to its benefactors, King Gustav III and Carl Gustaf Tessin. The museum was founded in 1792 as Konglig Museum ("Royal Museum"), but the present building was opened in 1866 from when the name Nationalmuseum was bestowed.

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