Jeff Koons at the Whitney Museum with the A7r

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Jeff Koons: A Retrospective Whitney Museum


We discovered that the Jeff Koons exhibit was on its final days at the Whitney Museum. We also learned that the Whitney was closing the doors at the Breuer Building location and was moving downtown towards the Highline. We took the Sony A7r and a Contax 28mm Distagon and tested out GeoTagging - posted earlier. Here are some images from the excursion.

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Bear and Policeman by Jeff Koons




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Untitled by Rauschenberg



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Pluto and Prosepina by Jeff Koons


The photo above was shot at 1/10 of a second. We were testing out how slow we can go handheld and the a7r did fairly well on this shot.

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Balloon Venus (Orange) by Jeff Koons


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Breuer Building 5M


Here are some shots of the sailboats at Conservatory Water in Central Park.

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Gust of Wind



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Breuer Building Shadow


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