Reynold’s-Alberta Museum, with details.

Adrian Thysse Photography: A Detailed look at Reynolds-Alberta Museum &emdash;

1932 McLaughlin-Buick Convertible Coupe

The Reynolds-Alberta Museum in Wetaskiwin is one of this provinces finest, a museum dedicated to the interpretation of, “…the impact of technological change in transportation, aviation, agriculture and industry from the 1890s to the present.”  Most of the artefacts are indoors and the photographic challenge here is working with low levels of artificial light. Most museums do not allow tripods, so I was working at high ISO (3200 – 5000) handheld at slow shutter speeds, paying careful attention to make the most of the minimal depth of field. I used HDR for most shots, sometimes repeating the exposures to increase the chance of shake-free exposures. Please visit the gallery to see more images.

 

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