Art museums are rarely photo-friendly, so I was pleasantly surprised to find that I could shoot in the Hirshhorn Museum’s current exhibit: Suprasensorial: Experiments in Light, Color, and Space; glad I had my camera.
Another surprise was how much I enjoyed shooting it. I like shooting to capture moments in life; shooting to capture light, color, and space…not so much. But it was interesting, challenging, and rewarding – well worth a visit if you’re in DC (the exhibit closes on 13 May). It’s good to shoot outside of one’s comfort zone.
And it turned out there were moments in life: