Photo of the Week: Long Exposure at London’s Natural History Museum

Posted by on May 4, 2014 in Photography |


Explore time, space and architecture in a single image with this awesome photo from Craftsy member Andy Warriner.

#LongExp London Natural History Museum : Featured Member Photo on Craftsy

Photo #LongExp via Craftsy member Andy Warriner

Featured member photo: a study in long exposure

What better place is there to use long exposure than a history museum? This image, captured at the London Natural History Museum, is no exception. Irony aside, the use of the long exposure technique, while simultaneously focusing on an architectural theme, captured the essence of this iconic structure, giving Andy’s photo such a sense of the place. We love the use of symmetry, as well as the lighting and movement that was so carefully crafted in this frame. 

About Photo of the Week

Each week, the Craftsy blog highlights a member’s photography work. We hope these photos inspire you to keep working and improving your own photography skill set and technique!

Be sure to view all the previously featured images for even more inspiration. Then, share all your hard work and progress by uploading your project photo to the photography project page. It may even be featured in the next Photo of the Week!

What technique do you use to give people “a sense of the place” in your photography?