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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Homage to the Bauhaus

It was overcast and drizzling in London today -- surprise, surprise -- so I took some time off to vist an exhibit on the Bauhaus at the Barbican Art Gallery.  It inspired me to take this graphic photo using bold, primary colors while I was on my way back to my hotel.

Because of the rain I knew there would be little opportunity for photography so I left the D800 kit in the hotel and opted for the Fuji X-Pro1 instead.  At least it would fit in my pocket.  I often keep the Fuji set to a high (usually 3200) Auto ISO so I can be prepared to react quickly in a unexpected situation.  This was taken using the 18mm lens at an ISO of 2000 as a train was pulling into the station.

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