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Taking Pictures inside a Museum to Tell a Visual Story

Work with light streaming in from a window, which can be tough to shoot, but the results can be rewarding.

Converting the image to black and white emphasizes the shadows and shapes of light reflecting from the sculpture. The image was shot at a shutter speed of 1/100 with an aperture of f/20 (so it would be completely in focus) and ISO 1600, which produced a quality image with a reasonably good whole subject view. The photographer had to raise the ISO a little and make the shutter speed a little slower to prioritize the deeper depth of field (using the exposure triangle concept).

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