A special look at a special space. This composite image — the entire 25,000 square feet of Milstein Hall's L. P. Kwee Studios — was taken by photographer Brett Beyer over the course of three days in November 2011. Approximately 250 photos were captured by the camera suspended 12 feet above the floor and triggered remotely with a laptop. White areas in the image represent parts of the building that intersect the ceiling; for example, the white H marks are the building's columns and trusses. Creating the single seamless image took 10 days of post-production. Beyer used a Canon 5D Mark II with a Canon 17–40mm L lens. Editing was done using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. A 26-1/2" x 38" version of the image was published in the Winter 2011 issue of AAP News.
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