Thursday, April 24, 2008
Denver Art Museum
I was recently in downtown Denver with my son and his friend Alex shooting pictures for their digital photo class at their middle school. They needed certain shots around downtown and I volunteered to take them.
As the boys collected the images they where looking for, I took the opportunity to shoot the New Denver Art Museum. The building looks like it may fall over at any moment, unusual angles and fun graphic shapes to work with.
I've been shooting with this G9 for about a 1/2 a year now and just love it. Beautiful files, sharp and it shoots movies. If your looking for a snap and shoot type camera, I recommend it highly.
As you can see, the building is a bit strange with lots of fun angles to shoot.
Posted by David Tejada at 2:29 PM