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Indoors, look up, down, and all around for photo opportunities that give a broad perspective.

The Egyptian statue looks even more statuesque with the starry sky ceiling above it, and the incredibly illustrated ceiling looks even more expansive with the aid of a fisheye lens. The snarling dog statue on the floor is an example of a close-up photo using a macro setting and lens to give some detail to the images. The Egyptian statue image was shot with ISO 1600 at f/13 aperture and 1/125 shutter speed, and the dog image has a shallower depth of field at an aperture of f/4 with the same ISO and shutter speed.

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