This should really be a great exhibit and I can’t wait to check this out. The Power of Photography – National Geographic – 125 years. It starts this weekend, October 26th, at the Annenberg Space for Photography at 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Century City. The exhibit is FREE and parking is a dollar with Annenberg validation…
The Power of Photography
The exhibit is open Wednesday through Sunday from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm. Check it out and let me know what you think….
…I still have a bunch of old National Geographis hard cover, going back to 1927 and beyond., I can’t give them up!!
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A photo by Joel Sartore – National Geographic Photographer and Speaker
I just uploaded this one to flickr. A picture taken of a Clapper Board for the Full Metal Jacket Movie on show at the Stanley Kubrick exhibit at the LACMA LA. It was taken hand held with the Canon EOS-M 22mm with a 40% crop of the original.Thanks for stopping by to take a look.
I took this with the Canon EOS-M 22mm hand held outside the Stanley Kubrick exhibit at the LACMA and then gave it a little grunge/street work in post. Still playing with the Canon EOS-M and am about to get a vintage 50mm f/1.4 to try out!! I will post some more when I have given it a try. Thanks for taking a look,
A close up of one of the Movie Cameras in the Stanley Kubrick Exhibit. This was taken with the Canon EOS-M, hand held, no flash, in very low light, using the 22mm F/2 STM lens. So far it is a great walk about campanion!!
This picture I took of a mock up set of one of the final scenes from the 2001 Space Oddessy movie. It was a set that was up high in the exhibition hall in dark surroundings. I took this with the hand held Canon EOS-M with the 22mm lens. I think it is quite effective and gives a feel of real size space and time. Maybe the idea. It’s not what you see, it’s what you think you see!!
I thought you might find this photo interesting. I took this at the Stanley Kubrick exhibit at LACMA in Los Angeles. This was taken into a small model of the command Center for the Dr. Strangelove movie. I took this hand held with the Canon EOS-M, 22mm lens, in very low light with no IS. Slight Lightroom adjustment to bring out the maps. So far I am having fun with the camera!!
Thanks for stopping by… Mike Hope