The Art Museum

Ahhh I love these places.  (and I know you do too!)

I tend to always gravitate to the western areas, and by that, I don’t mean the Cowboy & Indian paintings…  I’m on a hunt to see how many original Impressionist works I can see in my life.

My percentage is slowly increasing every year… not sure I will ever break 90% because there are a few in private collections, so I will need to befriend those collectors ASAP.  If any of you pal around with collectors, hook me up!

The Art Museum (by Stuck in Customs)

  • spectacular. love it.

  • beauty trey

  • nice one trey

  • Stunning image Trey, well seen, photo’d and processed.

  • Thanks!

    It was kinda tough because they won’t let me take a tripod in there… so I braced myself into the opposite corner, using the walls as a brace to try to keep the lens as steady as possible!

  • Trey,
    Great work again!
    Did you use just one RAW image?
    Are you in SFO next month?
    See you there.

  • Mike

    Excellent Image trey,

    The fact that this was a handheld image makes it all the more impressive.

    Listened to your Radio Interview through iTunes, great job, nice to hear how this all started out and your philosophies on life, and photography

    All the best


  • Hi Trey, it’s a stunning picture. Did you take mutiple exposures? In Germany and Switzerland you are not allowed to take photographs in museums ) :

  • Gail in Montana

    Great picture, Trey!!! It must be wonderful to see these spectacular art pieces in person. Thanks for sharing them with us. I hope you reach your goal!!!!

  • DEE

    A picture of pictures. Beautiful!

  • Dale Martin

    I was going to ask, how you got a tripod in there. Very nice photo. You must have a steady arm!!!!

  • Denis – I don’t know if I will be in SFO or not — probably not because I am going down to Patagonia for a bit… going deep into the Andes to get away.

    And thanks everyone else…!

    This was 5 exposures, handheld, pinned back into the corner. Nobody puts baby in the corner (but me).

  • KSD

    You so beautifully captured the import of the lighting on each piece on the wall and those are some of the nuances that most visitors to a museum barely note, if at all…brava…

  • Art inspired by art! The silhouettes of the people give life to the gallery, but they don’t make it seem like you caught tourists in the shot. The “old master” paintings also remind me of looking at stained-glass windows in a church. Thanks!

  • Lynne

    I am utterly impressed. 5 exposures, handheld and result is focused perfectly…WOW. How did you get the lighting? 18 hours on photoshop? Fantastic.

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  • I absolutely love the light on this one.

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