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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF JUANCAMILOBERLIN
41.0% of juancamiloberlin's followers are female and 59.0% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.40%. The average number of likes per post is 1135 and the average number of comments is 36.
24.59% of the followers that engaged with juancamiloberlin regularly are from Germany, followed by United Kingdom at 9.02% and United States at 7.38%. In summary, the top 5 countries of juancamiloberlin's posts engager are coming from Germany, United Kingdom, United States, Spain, Japan.
Juancamiloberlin loves posting about Photography, iPhone, Travel, Architecture.
Check juancamiloberlin's audience demography. This analytics report shows juancamiloberlin's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR JUANCAMILOBERLIN
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF JUANCAMILOBERLIN
- Photography 78.16 %
- Travel & Tourism 64.79 %
- Art & Design 58.87 %
- Technology & Science 58.71 %
- Beauty & Fashion 56.96 %
- How-to & Style 49.68 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 39.18 %
- Books and Literature 38.12 %
- Movies and TV 36.64 %
- Luxury Goods 34.59 %
- Business & Careers 34.47 %
- Fitness & Yoga 33.52 %
- Entertainment 32.02 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF JUANCAMILOBERLIN
- Germany 24.59 %
- United Kingdom 9.02 %
- United States 7.38 %
- Spain 7.38 %
- Japan 4.92 %
Long time since I posted one for the #germanpipetags hashtag! #Berlin
#asundaycarpic from #Berlin
The @langenfoundation (Neuss, Germany), which I visited in April 2018, was my first encounter with the work of the architect #TadaoAndo and is one of those places I would visit over and over again both because of its collection and exhibitions but also for the absolutely beautiful location. The shot would have been perfect with a bike passing by along that road in the background but it just didn’t happen. 🤷🏽♂️
"Spare" is the German word for "Save" (as in "save Money") and I spotted this facade in Braunschweig (Germany) when I was there one year ago. Today I went through my archive realized I had completely forgotten about this shot. The decoration on the facade is actually an old advertisement of the Volksbank which said: "Spare bei uns" (eng. put your savings in our bank) and it probably dates back to the 1950s since the coins are German marks, the former German currency before the Euro was introduced, with dates like 1951 or 1957 on them. | #BasicGermanWords #visitgermany
Either the owner of the motorcycle to which this mirror is attached parks it every single day on the same spot or the motorcycled is there abandoned because in the last few months I've walked by several times and it is always on exactly the same spot. Every time I've passed by I've remained there for a while, photographed the reflexion and the day I took this photo (which was last April) I realized the mirror, if turned, reflects the TV Tower. Today I went by once again, I brought some wipes in order to get the mirror as clean as possible and the result was nice, though there were some clouds and the leaves of the trees are out now and therefore decided to stick to this version which by the way I took with the Samsung #GalaxyS20 Ultra. | @samsungmobile_de #SamsungSnapshooter #SamsungDeutschland #withGalaxy #TeamGalaxy
These are some of my first attempts of photographing architecture with a Tilt-Shift Lens and I was blown away by the results. It's amazing how such a tool can make photographing architecture even more enjoyable and even though I still need to work on the focusing and on some other small details, from now on I will probably not use anything else for photographing buildings like this one. The buildings on these photos (located in #Berlin #Kreuzberg), well, they have been photographed and posted countless times on instagram (mine included). This time however I took a long time to observe it and photograph it from as many perspectives as possible. Since the tilt-shift field is new for me and since I've been working lately on my photoshop skills to get the right look and color on my photos, I would be happy to hear your feedback if you have any. The lens and the equipment was kindly provided by @canondeutschland.
I posted a photo of this wall a few days ago on my stories but I liked it so much that I went there again with better light and took another shot | #Berlin #canondeutschland
Spring cleaning | #HistoriasDesdeCasa @museomate #MATEfoto
Still life from my kitchen. This might not be architecture related like most of my posts but an Egg is probably one of the most beautiful and interesting structures from nature | This is also my entry for the #HistoriasDesdeCasa challenge from @museomate | #MATEfoto
Today I’m going for something more #abstract. This is a detail of a parking house in #Miami which I revisited last January. I had posted a similar photo of this place a few years ago but one is cleaner, technically better and with a little twist through the handrails on the right. I really like the graphic character of this shot and all the optical illusions it contains when looked at with detainment. Shot on a #Canon5dsr provided by @canondeutschland | #canondeutschland
This has to be one of my favorite courtyards in Berlin. I took this shot using the camera of the new Samsung #GalaxyS20 Ultra and at the same spot I tried one of its special features: the Single Take Mode (see the second video on this post). This function captures up to 14 different photos and videos out of one 3 to 10 second shot | @samsungmobile_de | #SamsungSnapshooter #SamsungDeutschland #withGalaxy #TeamGalaxy
This photo is part of a series I used when applying to photography school. The topic was "Drunter und Drüber". Eventhough we were free to interpret the topic as we wanted, I chose to approach it from the idiomatic use of the expression which means something like chaos or disorder. For this purpose (it was 2018 back then) I did a series about BER, Berlin's new airport which was supposed to start operating in 2012 but due to numerous reasons hasn't been opened yet. When doing this series I found it interesting to "play" with that contrast between the silence and quietness in this place and the huge chaos behind it. The airport was supposed to open next fall but I wonder if the actual situation will cause once more a rescheduling of its opening. You can find the rest of the series on my website www.jcroa.com under "projects". | #canondeutschland
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