I’m not always doing HDR, although it definitely takes the cake of the amount of time I spend on developing my photos. But, when I’m not shooting that style, I still take tons of pictures. I thought this week we might do a little view in to the other side of what pops in front of the lens. This series is all from the New York City/NYC metro area.
One thing that consistently peaks my interest are colors, lines, and textures. These pieces of artwork are hanging in the Metropolitan Museum of art, and are pretty small sections of larger works, but they contained something that particularly caught my eye. It was a very neat style of painting on stone, with some carving to created depth and shadows.Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York City, Nikon D7000, Travel
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