Recently, while reading one of the blogs that I follow, I read a comment about a highly recommended photography book called Understanding Exposure by Bryan Peterson, an easy to understand explanation of the basics of photography. I was intrigued as I love photography, and I have learned a great deal in the last few years and improved my photos, but I still don’t feel like I understand enough about the technical aspect of taking a good photo with the correct exposure. So, I looked up Understanding Exposure and was so impressed by the glowing reviews that I decided to buy it. Last night I started to read and couldn’t put the book down, so my blog became second on the priorty list LOL. Hope you don’t mind another short and sweet entry.
Yesterday I showed you some photos of the former main entrance to the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Ontario, which is a beautiful example of neo-Byzantine style architecture, and you may recall that the windows were made of stained glass. I thought you might enjoy seeing a close-up of the stained glass windows with the light shining through. Isn’t it beautiful?