Another of the locations was the rooftop itself, where we took portrait photos with a breath taking view of Madrid as a background.
All of this, with nomadic equipment that was easy to assemble and dismantle and that allowed for a quick change of location and to leave the installation tidy at the end of the day.
DAKOTA Círculo de Bellas Artes
The rooftop of the Círculo de Bellas Artes, 56 metres above Calle Alcalá, offers one of Madrid’s best and most impressive views, welcoming visitors with an unparalleled perspective of the city’s urban landscape.
The building is crowned by the sculpture Minerva, by Juan Luis Vassallo, a bronze piece representing the Roman goddess of wisdom and art, emblem of the Círculo since its foundation.
We collaborated in the taking of panoramic photographs to visitors, which complemented the visit to such an iconic space.
We worked in two different spots, one of them the lobby of the building, where we took photographs of visitors with Dakota Photos’ own Chroma, before taking the lift to the rooftop. This way, we were able to liven up the stay when there was a queue to access.