Fossils and Architecture

Fossils and Architecture, Natural History Museum - Los Angeles, California

Fossils and Architecture, Natural History Museum – Los Angeles, California

I’m going to show my cultural ignorance by saying the most art museums bore me. Though I make an exception for photography. It’s the architecture of museums that I get excited about, as I mentioned yesterday. However, history museums are a different story — both natural and man-made. Combine impressive dinosaur fossils with architecture, and you have the potential for dynamic interior photography.

This modern room is a big contrast to the ornate, old-world entry display. This one seems to have more sense of movement. I’ve used my wide-angle on my Olympus again to add the largest impact.

Fossils and Architecture, Natural History Museum - Los Angeles, California

This is the view from the second-floor balcony. The same room, but different angle. I used a different camera, too, the Fujifilm X-T10, for no particular reason. In theory, it gives me a slightly higher quality image than with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II.

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