Louvre, France with 2 A-mount prime lenses
I took Minolta Maxxum 20mm f/2.8 and Tamron 90mm f/2.8 to France vacation and used both in Museum of Louvre. 20mm lens worked nicelly to capture wide room views and tremendous ceilings. Tamron was used to capture details like paintings, sculptures or details from ornaments. Tripod wasn't allowed into museum, it was great excuse to place camera on floor facing ceiling.
Camera used - A850.
You are very welcome to comment on smugmug album, or here. So far I uploaded just 1/3 of photos from Louvre's visit, more to come.
people looking at Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa
Person is taking photos, not camera. When photograph is bad, it's because photographer doesn't know how to choose settings optimal to "own preferences". Then blames camera for bad IQ.
This is same as blaming car about arriving to wrong destination.
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