Places to Shoot

Posted: May 17, 2016 in Uncategorized
Lucky for me I live close to the largest indoor museum in the country, 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. I’m going to try and offer a workshop here in the fall 2016.
The Henry Ford Museum is located in Dearborn, Michigan, just outside of Detroit.






















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  1. Diane Pattie says:

    Oh! That would be a very cool shoot!
    Haven’t been there in like 46 years.

  2. Douglas Berg says:

    Great shots Mike. You may have heard that the Walter P. Chrysler Museum in Auburn Hills will be reopening to the public in June. It will be open on a limited basis – two weekends a month – beginning June 4th. Don’t know other dates. Can’t wait to get back there and shoot the cars I missed before the closed.

    • Mike Moats says:

      Hey Doug, yes I have heard about the re-opening, but wish it was going to be open on the weekdays rather then only weekends.

  3. Jon Jelling says:

    Beautiful, count me in for a shoot up there, relatives in Novi have been telling me about it

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