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Things are Looking Up



One of the random designs on the ceiling of an Archeological Museum in Turkey

One of the random designs on the ceiling of an Archeological Museum in Turkey
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Luanab
 
Luanab January 24, 2019
enchanting and hypnotic!

Behind The Lens

Location
The photo was taken in the Anatolian Civilizations Museum in Ankara,Turkey. I had toured the country visiting the many historic and iconic stops the country is abundant with. Of the many incredible objects housed in the museum, I found myself fascinated with the ceiling designs incorporated into the structure! I titled this image "Things Are Looking Up!"
Time
The time of day with regards to this image is unimportant because it was taken indoors with the museum lighting-although I will report the lighting source as tungsten primarily.
Lighting
Above and inside the structure itself there was a light source although I really can't say what source it was. The source was responsible for the shadows cast on the wooden structure.
Equipment
This was shot with a Canon T3i, using a Tamron 28-75 mm lens,handheld, no flash
Inspiration
I was shooting the artifacts in the museum for about an hour. What caught my attention was the fact that in a place dedicated to the past was this design that was out of character and clearly modernistic. I'm a big fan of patterns and unique designs-the different color tones simply added to the beauty of the piece.
Editing
The image is presented as it was shot. It is a simple image so there was no need to enhance anything.
In my camera bag
I usually carry at least 2 Canon camera bodies-a 60D and a T3i. I favor Tamron lenses-a 16-300mm mounted on the 60D and a 10-24mm lens mounted on the T3i. Also in the bag is a 28-75mm lens, as well as a Canon powershot. I keep an abundance of spare SD cards,batteries and filters as well,along with rain gear for the cameras. A gorilla pod on occasion has been the difference between the shot and not!
Feedback
Sometimes the best opportunity for a shot is unexpected. Be prepared to be adaptable to your surroundings-look outside the box. What seems mundane or uninteresting to some just may be your next best shot!

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