After a very long break, I have finally decided to try and get back in the swing of photographing and posting regularly. My first series of posts will be catch-up from over a year of photographing but not posting.
I love photographing in museums - there are great subjects and often challenging lighting situations. You have to navigate around other people and displays that are often, in my opinion, created to actively thwart the photographer.
The National Anthropology Museum in Mexico City is an incredible place. I was able to make several visits there, but felt that I was only able to scratch the surface of what they have.
This particular piece has two different light sources - natural light coming in through windows to the right and artificial light to the left. I really like the interplay between the two kinds of light.
Lens: Canon EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM
Focal Length: 88mm
Shutter Speed: 1/10
A project to document the stories of refugees who have relocated to Twin Falls, Idaho.
A great resource on learning how to light.
Follow the work of one of the great photographers of today.
Amazing images by an incredible visual artist.
Why buy it when you can have fun and build it?