took another attempt at photographing the medivial wing of the modern art museum. the cloisters are in the bronx over loooking the hudson river.
for a photographer it presents one of the most difficult places to photograph. dark rooms with skylights and stained glass windows have rays of bright light overloading any and all camera sensors.
pictures are either so dark you can barely see things or so bright they are washed out.
the photos below have as many as 7 different exposures combined in order to capture as much of the range as i could.
even so ,out of 400 pictures about 25 were acceptable
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Just off the lovely Palisades Pkwy. What a quaint road that is used as a modern day commuting speedway. 50 MPH speed limit and everyone does 65. Do you know those right lane drainage grates are put in every couple of hundred feet for the entire length? Thump, thump, thump. That's why everyone is in the left lane going so fast.
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