Places to Shoot

Posted: May 5, 2015 in Uncategorized

Henry Ford Museum

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Lucky for me I live close to this museum because it has tons of great subjects to do close-up photography. Trains, Planes, Cars, Race Cars, Trucks, Carriages, Old Farm Equipment, Huge Machinery from Ford Factories, Clocks, Antique Furniture, Old Ornate Wood stoves, and others cool stuff I can’t think of right now. The building also sits next door to Greenfield Village which has tons of old famous buildings that were moved there. Tripod are welcome, and bring your long zoom lens. I always go during the week days when there are less people.
The Museum is located in Dearborn, Michigan, just outside of Detroit.

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Comments
  1. Stuart Davis says:

    As always you have great shots. I love your HDR. See you in a few weeks at Seven Ponds.

  2. Jason says:

    Do you do any workshops in Michigan? I live downriver and would be interested as I’m just getting started with my photography. Love the shots from the Henry Ford museum. I like shooting there as well. Thanks!
    – Jason

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