I have a good number of photos I took inside the Legion D'Honneur Musee in Paris. Right across the street from the Musee is another bigger art gallery; Musee D'Orsay. They have now banned the taking of any photographs and that makes me so mad. I am hoping all the other Paris galleries don't try to institute the same policy. Luckily I have been in both museums a number of times in the last few years and have taken quite a few photos that I'll be able to use for years to come.
I really love this statue of Napoleon as Premier Consul. It isn't in the best spot for a photographer though. There are doors behind it and it is difficult to photograph without some sort of background interference. It is placed in natural sunlight, so the "NO FLASH" rule is easy to respect.
I worked the image I had in photoshop and have something new I can enjoy. Even Napoleon's button looks more interesting in this new version of my picture!