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Lorlee_Lee_Murray

British Museum - buildings housed under glass, great shadows to shoot!



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Behind The Lens

Location
The British Museum - London, England
Time
Afternoon
Lighting
I loved the dome that was over all the buildings and the shadows playing on the walls.....
Equipment
I did not have access to my camera - so I took out my Iphone and shot quickly.
Inspiration
My love for lighting - the shadows - the architecture all played together for an artistic picture, did I mention that I am also a fine arts teacher?
Editing
This is "as shot"
In my camera bag
Normall I have my daughters Canon EOS 60D now that my old EOS died and I am in the process of looking for a new Canon that I can use all of my lenses with. I also have a small tripod (larger when I can manage it) remote control and filters.
Feedback
I actually teach a class called look up - that is what I teach my students, to always look up and I show them things they can miss. In fact, while shooting this several people commented they did not even realize the unique structure was there and started to take pictures.

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