Monday, 22 August 2011

A Tuesday Post - Exhibition Building and the Range of Light.

Went to the museum over the weekend to see a Tutankhamun exhibition – really very interesting, although it was a shame that the famous death mask was still in Egypt! If you happen to be in Melbourne you should go – but you need to go early!



The museum is opposite the Royal Exhibition Building – which as far as I know is the last of the huge Victoria ear display buildings. As has become normal we had has some rain, and I found this reflection of the building. The exposure was a bit of a nightmare, but I got a shot I was happy with in the end. As you can see – there is “normal” light on the building, the reflection is a deep shade and the sun is flaring a highlight off the spire of the building. I think I took about 25 variations of exposure to get one I was happy with.





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This post was originally intended to be for MWT - but the meme has been closed down due to the untimely death of one of its hosts. Hope people will stay in touch and keep visiting each other.


3 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

love the sparkle at the top. :)

EG Wow said...

The Tutankhamun exhibit is sure making the rounds. I'm assuming it's the same one that was in Toronto a while ago.

That's a wonderful shot of the Exhibition building.

Fotokarusellen said...

A great post and a very beautiful image. Love the composition. Well done.