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The Enthusiast's Guide to Travel Photography by Jordana Wright

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49. SHOOTING PUBLIC INTERIORS

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NO VISIT TO a world-class city is complete without exploring its famous museums, cathedrals, and other iconic structures. As fabulous as the exteriors are, interiors are often the lesser seen, lesser photographed, photogenic jackpots. New York has the Guggenheim. Chicago has Marshall Fields (Figure 49.1). The Vatican has the Sistine Chapel. If you’re a photographer, it’s impossible to visit these places without getting a few shots inside.

Sadly and irritatingly, in this era of heightened security and paranoia, photographers often get hassled in lots of public spaces. Taking photos in train stations, building lobbies, ...

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