Maybe you've visited a Guggenheim museum once. There are three: in New York, Venice and for a few years in Bilbao.
Frank Gehry's building is well known for its striking design. At the foot of the museum is a curious spider sculpture called Mama, by Louise Burgeois. At 9 meters high, it's nothing compared to the impressive titanium building but the truth is that once you're underneath it makes you feel something special. It's a strange feeling. Or at least I felt it.
Memory cards record the results of your hard work while keeping them organized is crucial to your photography workflow. BenQ Ambassador Adrian Weinbrecht shows us two little tricks to make things easier.
The international expo of the water of Zaragoza, celebrated in 2008, has left us multitude of spectacular constructions, as well as a good economic hole (although that is another quite different subject).
One of these beauties is the bridge of the 3rd millennium, which is the largest suspended concrete arch in the world.
I like to photograph these types of buildings from the inside, letting them wrap me around. The problem is that capturing all its beauty from here is difficult, unless it is photographed in 360º.
Initially I tried with a wide panoramic and the result was not bad at all:
BenQ had an interview with our Ambassador British photographer Glyn Dewis at The Photography Show. He generously shared us with his views on photography, his route of being a photographer and what devices and gears which help him out for his great work. Check this interview video and be inspired by the real talent.
Being in Leon I had the opportunity to photograph the inner of the basilica of San Isidoro. I am not a fan of photographing religious temples, but it is necessary to recognize that in Castile region (Spain) there are many that are worth to be seen, both from the outside and from the inside.
The San Isidoro temple is not the biggest in Leon (the cathedral is much bigger), but it is certainly very large. I decided to take a 360º panorama and the result was this: