Copenhagen is a city rich in culture and magnificent architecture, which makes it the perfect place for photographers to visit.

From old churches and castles to gardens and canals, Copenhagen is filled with picture-perfect scenery around every corner. The three most popular types of photography to capture in Copenhagen are street photography, people/candid photography, and architectural design. When looking for an online shop to buy cameras and photography equipment, you can visit Danskeanmelderser.dk, a Danish review site that reviews over 1000 companies and services.

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We have identified 5 of the best locations to take photos in Copenhagen. The first is Frederiks Church and the Amalienborg Palace. Once the home to Queen Mary, the palace and church grounds are completely accessible, with no walls or fences, allowing visitors to freely walk around, taking photos of the buildings and guards. We also know Frederiks Church as the Marble Church, as it is one of the last buildings still standing that still has the original Rococo Architecture that was very popular at the time.

The second most popular spot is Nyhavn, Nyhavn is an area of Copenhagen with a bright historic canal front with beautiful townhouses and restaurants. This picture perfect scene is also a tourist hub and allows for the best sunset scenes to the east.

The Royal Danish Library and the Black Diamond is a must-see location, too. The Black Diamond is an extension to the Royal Danish Library, and was completed in 1999. With its glass facade of black shiny facets mirroring the sea and sky, we have likened it to a diamond. With features such as the atrium and a view from the top floor looking down that resembles a guitar, there are many magnificent spots for photography at the Royal Danish Library.

Built in the 17th century, the Church of our Savior (called Vor Frelsers Kirke)  is one of the oldest in the area. An impressive feature that is popular for photographers from around the globe is the corkscrew spire, which features an astonishing 400 steps.

Christiansborg Palace is on the tiny island of Slotsholmen, along with the Danish Parliament Folketinget, the Supreme Court, and the Ministry of State. The royal family often uses the palace for functions and events and makes for the most beautiful photographic scenes. The palace throne room houses the balcony, which is where new Danish monarchs are proclaimed.

Other sites of interest include the Town Hall and the Dragon statue out front that is especially popular with Chinese tourists, as well as the Tivoli Amusement Park. Having been completed in 1843, the amusement park is the second oldest amusement park still in operation in the world today.

If capturing beautiful scenes and gorgeous sunsets are your photography style, Copenhagen has all these to offer and more.