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Photo taken at the Sacramento Auto Museum 12-2-2015 mmb

Photo taken at the Sacramento Auto Museum 12-2-2015 mmb
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MickAlicic May 01, 2016
Great capture! Voted in Transportation.
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MikeBoyle May 02, 2016
Thank you
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Byronfairphotography October 13, 2017
Very nicely done / Voted
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MikeBoyle October 30, 2017
Thank You
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twhamill September 14, 2018
Excellent!

Behind The Lens

Location
I took this picture inside the California Auto Museum located in Sacramento, California
Time
This photo was taken at approximately 10:30 am inside the Museum.
Lighting
Nothing special about the lighting. Just overhead lights within the museum
Equipment
This picture was shot with an Olympus Pen Light EPL-5 mounted with a fish-eye lens. A tripod was used
Inspiration
I enjoy watching the TV show "American Pickers". On one episode the subject of old car grills came up and how important they are to the collector. I wanted to experiment with a fisheye lens at a low level looking up at the car grill.
Editing
No post-processing done. Just a raw image.
In my camera bag
I'm just getting started in Photography and my ambition was to get into infra-red photography. I did some research and found out the Olympus cameras are easily converted to shoot in infra-red. I purchased an Olympus Pen Light EPL-5 and was impressed with the cameras ability to deal with low light with no flash needed. I found this very useful as I love to take pictures of stained-glass within churches. I love the camera so much that I have decided to put the conversion to Infra-red on hold and just let the camera do its thing. I usually carry a M.Zuko 17mm and a Olympus digital 40-150mm and a Olympus Lens 9mm Fisheye
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