One of the quite interesting museums in Stockholm was Fotografiska museum although not my favourite. There were photos and cinema rooms placed in 2 floors: the ground floor consisted of photography based on a specific technique (I think) and the second floor was work done by famous photographers that used to capture wars and daily life. Moreover, you could see portraits of famous people like Scarlet Johannson.For me the best part of this museum was the cafe on the top: it had THE best view of the canals in Stockholm.
In general, the museum was nicely arranged and well modern-decorated. The collection was relatively short. I would definitely recommend to visit it, IF you have bought the Stockholm card, which gives you free access to many museums. Otherwise, I don’t see the point pf paying every time the relatively high price of Swedish attractions, when you will spend maximum half an hour to see it.
It is recommended for: professional photographers who would know much more about the techniques used, or amateur photographers searching for ideas. However, if you just have time to spare, it’s worth a visit.
It is not recommended: if you expect to find a giant photo collection.
However, doesn’t it look weird?? It took me some time trying to realize how they have edited the pictures.
See and judge for yourself!!