... well take all the pictures that you want!
This is contrary to what I said here. In that piece, I said that you should not photograph the masterpieces for there is no point to it. If you really want a "copy" of the masterpiece, then go to the museum shop and buy a book or a poster.
But when you are in a science museum, things are different. You see, unlike art, science is reproducible. That's what makes science great! And the reason why science works is because it can be repeated again and again.
So when you visit a science museum, take your camera out and take as many pictures as you want. If the museum allows it, you can even take a video shoot of the experience.
And when you miss it that one time, don't worry, just wait a while for the next showing. Yes, science is reproducible.
But as always, don't let your photography, or videography, get in the way of your actually enjoying the museum visit. But otherwise, enjoy and keep on shooting! ☺
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