Дата публикации: 2017-11-14 16:32
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If you’re taking the photos for a project, Ben Guest, a freelance professional photographer with extensive experience shooting fine-art objects, suggests asking the museum if they’ll make an exception for your project. You can try reaching out ahead of time or asking day-of, which is more of a risk but works if you’re unable to find contact info on the museum’s site or Facebook and Twitter.
You already know that you’re probably not the only person in the museum, so be mindful of other visitors when trying to take a photo. If there’s a big crowd looking at a piece of art at the same time as you, or you’re trying to snap a shot of a popular piece, be patient. Stand back and wait for the crowd to move on, using this time to consider how you want to set up your shot.
One of the best things about visiting art museums is being able to see work that touches and inspires you, and it makes sense that you might want to snap a photo. But, many museums have rules restricting photography, and the last thing you want to do is be kicked out or damage artwork for the sake of a photo.
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Lastly, be prepared to (quietly) speak up if you bump into someone, move in on their personal space, or want to ask them to move in order to get your photo. A couple example phrases you can try out:
Of course, you can also come up with your own to match the situation and your own style. If the person is understanding and complies with your request, be sure to thank them warmly before moving on.
If your goal is to snap some great photos, schedule your visit so you have plenty of time to find pieces you like. You also want enough time to consider different angles and find the ones that strike your fancy. Guest explains how to do this: