Photography: My Shot – Contrasts at the Museum

The Phoenix Museum of Art is a wonderful place to spend a day to gain inspiration or just enjoy the beauty that abounds. One nice benefit of visiting the museum is that parking is free and easy and just a short walk from the museum.

While visiting a several months ago, I was enjoying the contemporary art installations when I came across a young woman stopping to check her phone. The scene caught my eye because of the contrast of the fine art and the woman. The vivid colors of the paintings and the more subdued, but yet colorful long dress appeared to create a separate picture of their own. As indicated below, my photography this day was taken with a legacy iPhone.

Do you like the contrast of themes in this picture?

Young woman in colorful dress checking phone at the art museum



File Name: IMG_1181.JPG
Capture time: 12:07:28 PM
Capture date: Nov. 21, 2017
Exposure: 1/20 sec @ f/2.4
Focal Length: 4.12mm
ISO: 160
Camera: iPhone 5
Lens: 4.12mm


Read the previous JBRish post about the Phoenix Art Museum: Phoenix Art Museum – Tire Totem

See previous Photography Posts HERE

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