Lens for Museum(s)

Started Apr 2, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Al Valentino Senior Member • Posts: 4,942
Re: Lens for Museum(s)

Depending on what you are shooting a wide lens might be more useful to compliment the zoom. Light is low in a museum so high ISO, and either a fast lens wide open, or stabilized lens like the zoom, is often needed

Below is a show at 13mm APC sensor of a famous Andy Warhol, "Soup Cans"

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