I think this is a very interesting topic. I know that when I was walking around I purposely was not snapping shots unless I saw some architecture I was thinking about creating in lace....and of course never take selfies! ld For lace exhibits, I had several strategies. I would usually take it in first and experience it. Then, I would go around and take quick snaps for documentation, but would spend time taking quality shots and close ups for things I really wanted to study. I wanted to make sure to have a record of what types of work were done by which people should I want to contact them in the future. I will say that this type of photography is not necessary when there is a great catalog, and I am free to not worry about it. In this case, though, there was certainly no way to make a catalog. There were simply too many pieces in too many different locations.
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