Architectural Abstract Photography ~ 3

It’s cold in Minnesota these days, the temperature during the ‘warmest’ part of the day is around -20C/-4F… There are not very many people out in the streets and I don’t blame them… I was out at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts for a little while this afternoon. Of course, I go there for the exhibits, but as I walk around I see all sorts of architectural details or reflections that are interesting. Since I’m shooting abstracts for this blog series, I pay even more attention to shapes and light around me. Today I was testing out the Samsung NX300 with the 30mm f/2.0 prime lens. I quite enjoy the focus selection on the touch screen, plus it’s very small and fits in your pocket without sacrificing on the image quality. Got to love that!

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5 thoughts on “Architectural Abstract Photography ~ 3

  1. The images are quite nice and I’m surprised the museum allowed you to photograph indoors. The Atlanta museum won’t allow people to bring their cameras into the building.

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