Notes: Used the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center on many occasions, but always good to revisit with a different angle. One of my goals is to record places for future reference, either for model shoots, or spots that might have cinematic or storytelling appeal. Plus it gives me a chance to do purely composition based architectural photography. Shots above are with an infrared camera, showing the general health of the plant life around the water museum. The Sigma also lacks an anti-aliasing filter, which is really nice for the straight lines and details in buildings and structures. Hopefully all of my future reference photos will recall the establishing shots in Japanese manga, where some poor artist’s assistant had to faithfully render a city scene with nothing but ink and screentone.