Photographer Garry Walker has long had a fascination with shooting in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Juxtaposing the pieces of art with the visitors who come to admire them, his images capture a broad range of emotions, from absolute awe to profound boredom.
Beyond the people and art, the stark lighting and neutral color palette of the museum offer up a perfect scene for his subjects. “A goldmine of possibilities for a photographer,” he shared.
As for gear, he keeps it simple: a Leica M240 and a Summilux 35mm. The perfect…
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