Berlin Entryways This project documents a small piece of Berlin history that is unfortunately fading away: the entrances of some buildings in Berlin Mitte. The use of the fish-eye - with its geometric distortion, expansive perspective, and all-in-focus rendition - was used to convey the feeling of being "inside" each entryway rather than "in front of" it. One of these entryways changed almost immediately after the project started, the others have an uncertain future. Most of the entrances represent in their own right a bridge across two cultures. The latter are not geographically distinct, as in other cross-cultural projects I worked on, as they share the same identical territory: they are instead temporally and hence historically distinct. The powerful message that these entryways transmit is also amplified by today's mostly bourgeois surroundings. Each 55cm x 41cm photo is printed on Felix Schoeller Baryta 310 gr/sqm, mounted on dibond®, framed, and under museum glass. A different version of Berlin Entryways 04 received an honorable mention at the 2013 One Shot: One World (IPA) Competition.