Toronto-based Kubik is an award-winning designer of museum and gallery exhibits. They contacted me to provide them with some images of one of their projects at a recent trade show in Vancouver. Never one to turn down an interesting job, I jumped at the chance, even though I had to be there at 8 the morning after my flight from Italy. But somehow I managed to get my pants on, blow the dust off my camera gear and get down there in time, before the show opened so I could get some standalone shots of the booth. I kept shooting after the doors opened, and got some ghostly images of people walking around and through the installation, which the client preferred.
This kind of work is all ambient lighting, of course. So the only way to shoot this is to take several exposures and blend the best parts together. Here is one of the final images.