Milwaukee Art Museum - CC Please

Started Jul 18, 2014 | Photos thread
Bob Tullis
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Re: Milwaukee Art Museum - Alternate to third one

Florida Nature Photographer wrote:

Bob Tullis wrote:

This too (below), though it's more like a travel brochure rendering (in a good way). The railing conflicts me - that can be part of what makes the b/g so appealing. I wonder what it would be like from higher so the railing isn't in view, but can't say that would be better. Then I consider if I had the opportunity, I'd wonder if there was a vantage tot he left that allowed the pool (? the circle) to be completely in-frame, and maybe that would also let me get more of the walkway signage that's partly obscured by the tree. Be it back seat driver talk or shop talk, I still find it something to linger over and admire.

As you can see, by the time I got over here the best of the light had left me. Of course, I did apply noise reduction to this in DeNoise, as the first step so that may be part of the problem. Anyway, I though you might be interested in what possibilities I have. I will have opportunities to shoot this building again.

That's a bit more dramatically different than I had in mind.  But that's what locations like these can be like (never the BEST vantage, so we have to choose the next best compromise(s) ).

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