The possibilities for interesting pictures are all all around us. Occasionally overwhelmingly therefore.
In this group of pictures I explored photographing one item (a recreation area slide from multiple various angles).
I had been attracted to the highlights of the steel advantage of the slide and utilized that as a starting place, tinkering with deliberate underexposure, developing a darker appear.
From there I centered on the position of these highlight edges and how I possibly could use them to generate compositions which were interesting but additionally distinct in one another.
From the critical viewpoint I'd say I probably may have utilized a shallower depth of industry in the initial one to be able to minimize the consistency of the rocks and grass.
The final one also offers some distracting elements across the best that are a little annoying – also it could have been nice to get a bit of yellow color show much better tie all three pictures together.
Technical information on the pictures:
- Photo on the Fuji X-T2 with the 35mm f/2 (50mm equivalent)
- ISO 200, f/5.6, 1/250s (aside from the 1st the one that was 1/400s)
- Minimal editing inside Lightroom: bump on the other hand, reduced highlights a little, and bumped shadows a little
General, I found this group of pictures really satisfying to shoot and I’ll be seeking to experiment/explore more with this trip. Wish you enjoyed!