Lines of Instagram-crazed art lovers circled the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden this spring for the hottest ticket in Washington D.C. Toting cameras and phones, the record-breaking 160,000 visitors arrived for the mesmerizing polka dot paintings and trippy installation rooms of the much-hyped “Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors” exhibition.
National Geographic Your Shot photo community brought a just few of those fans of the Japanese artist, for a photo walk before the museum opened to the crowds. For those who missed the event, take a look at some of these top pointers for stellar travel photography in museums. These five tips will help bring your museum photos to a new level, no matter where you go.
Bring a lens, maybe two
All set to have a photo adventure through a local museum? Before grabbing every camera and lens that you own, think about how much of that gear you actually … Read more