29/365 challenge by Carolina Negel _Architectural Photography

Exploring the lines at the British Museum, London, UK

Exploring interactions of people and spaces. It took me a while to find the right person and the right angle... good for practicing patience! Taken at the British Museum, London

Designed by Foster and Partners and engineered by Buro Happold, the Great Court of theBritish Museum is absolutely stunnishing with flows of light coming everywhere. 

Canon 5dMarkIII, Lenses: T&S 17mm, ISO 100 f/11 speed 1/20, hand held

27/365 challenge by Carolina Negel _Architectural Photography

Playing at the Design Museum, London

Photographing babies is not an easy task! In the picture, Baby Alex, the son of my Russian-Lithuanian-British friend, playing at the designer museum, opened in 2016.

More to the museum: Designed byJohn Pawson and OMA, it is located at the former Commonwealth Institute building in Kensington. London, Uk. It has a great space with very interesting lines and a parabolic roof.

Gear: Canon 5dmarkIII, Lenses: Canon 24-105mm at 60mm 1/250 f/ 4, ISO 5000

Since I didn't have a flash I had to push up the ISO resulting in a quite granulous texture


23/365 challenge by Carolina Negel _Architectural Photography

New born contemporary architecture .... at the V&A Museum, London, UK

Discovering the very recently inaugurated new porcelain-tiled entrance and underground exhibition hall at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Architects:  Stirling Prize-winning architect Amanda Levete and her firmAL_A.  

Just arrived from a very early flight and just around the corner from my hotel, there is this very sexy place for photography, I couln't resist the temptation, despite the sleepeness.

Canon 5dMarkIII, Canon Lense 24-105mm, f/8 ISO 100, 1/250 shutter speed