The Inner Museum

Photography Gadgets, Updated

I updated the Photography Gadgets page, and that thing is still a work in progress. I know perfect is the enemy of good… so my usual method is to put up pages while they are still incomplete, and then I iterate on them over time. That page is on its third iteration, but not quite where I want it yet!

Part of that page is a “Photography-related Gadgets”, which involve things that are in the orbit of my camera. One cool new thing I added was the Moshi products… There are two on there, and I pictured one to the right. I’ve tried three different iPad cases, and this one is the best.

Moshi iPad Case

Daily Photo – The Inner Museum

This is the Capital Museum in Beijing, and it houses some famous and exquisite pieces. Many of the works were still incomprehensible to me, but it’s nice how there seems to be an international feeling of beauty around different objects.

The lighting was very unique in here, and the layout made for a challenging shoot. Of course I did use a tripod here…I’m not sure it is possible to capture it otherwise.

High Dynamic Range Photo

  • casusan

    Beautiful museum Trey – I think the lighting for the objects looks awesome – great place to visit I am sure!

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  • Yeah I like how it’s dark apart from the light being emitted from the exhibits – very nice indeed.

  • Another cool shot Trey, the lighting certainly was unique!

  • Speaking of tripods, sometimes I come across a subject that moves a bit too quick for tripod use… Like this 737 on final approach to Queenstown Airport:

  • Gail in Montana

    Very nice photo of the Inner Museum, Trey. Bet that was a very interesting place to visit, even if you couldn’t read the descritions of the objects. Great job, thanks for sharing 🙂 Have a great week 😉

  • Gail in Montana

    oops, descriptions* sorry

  • Thx — and Thx Eden for the links to your work, as always 🙂

  • Hi Trey, Interesting image..holds your attention..I like the way ceiling grids hold it together.

  • David Ingram

    That is a gorgeous photo Trey. The light is amazing! Great that they let you use a tripod. I have been in several museums recently – the Kimbell in Fort Worth and McNay in San Antonio – that wouldn’t allow a tripod. Seems like an odd restriction.

  • Dear Trey

    I have been a fan for years.

    I keep a political blog that is usually rife with bad news sad to say. However, for balance every day I have a “Today’s Image” to brighten up things for my readers, of whom I am blessed to have a decent number.

    I promised them art, photography, anything that caught my fancy, any topic so long as it lifted the creative spirit ~ everything from Bouguereau to … well the field was open.

    Somehow, smiles. Trey Ratcliff photography seems to be the one I post most simply because… well there is no reason other than your work is beyond belief. And of course, there are links back to you as requested.

    Keep it up!

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