How To Photograph In Museums And GalleriesDPMag Published in Blog
Every time I'm in a museum I think about how wonderful it would be to photograph what I’m seeing. There are so many opportunities to make great photos, so many beautiful subjects, so many beautiful rooms, so much wonderful light. Yet my museum images are never quite as great as I think they could be. The fact is, museums can be kind of tricky to photograph. If you've ever felt this way, or if you’re planning a trip that includes a museum visit, check out these tips from Tom Dinning at the Lightstalking blog He’ll help teach you how to photograph museums and galleries, and along with his helpful tips is a great collection of images made in these places as well.
Photo by Tom Dinning
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