50 pieces of stained glass panels – National Museum of Singapore


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If you are in Singapore and are tired of shopping, stroll into the National Museum. Originally built in 1887, it is now a mixture of neo-classical and modern architecture, covering a huge area of 18,400 square meters.

One of many things that amazed me when entering the building was the rotunda’s dome, with its Victorian style stained glass panels. There are a total of 50 beautiful curved panels encircling the dome.

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I took the above picture handheld, bracketed down with 1 stop decrement to -2 stops. The shutter-speed written is from the -1 stop frame. Alignment was greatly improved by using 7D’s built-in electronic level. Oh, and holding down breath while shooting with high-speed continuous for the three frames to minimize position shift also helped a lot.

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Thank you for stopping by and have a great week ahead!

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