Venture a bit outside the center of Copenhagen, and you’ll discover one of the city’s greatest urban planning treasures: The Superkilen. This giant park is separated into three different areas which bring modern, classic, and recreational twists to “a day at the park.” When I first stepped foot on the bright red turf of the Red Square, I fell completely in love with it’s eclectic artifacts, lively atmosphere, and inviting rest areas. It was a rainbow-lacquered wonderland that both kids and adults could appreciate.
This was the perfect opportunity to use the “Vivid” photo style on my Samsung NX20, which applies highly saturated colors to photos. By doing so, it makes colors pop out of your snapshot, making them seem more lively and fun.
To set this photo style simply press [Fn] while in shooting mode, select Picture Wizard, and select Vivid. Tip: Picture Wizard is not available when shooting in SMART or SCN mode.
Copenhagen is a very multicultural city, and the neighborhood surrounding the Superkilen has a mix of over 50 different nationalities! One of the greatest parts about the Superkilen is that the architects sourced materials and objects from all over the world to represent the area’s diverse community. Everything from benches to swingsets are either taken directly from another country, or made into an exact replica. The park is the perfect celebration of multiculturalism and a cheerful meeting point for locals and travelers alike.