Dancing in the streets.

Why can’t it be both?

Documentation. Artist Experimentation.

There is really no reason that it can’t be. So, that’s what I did. I overexposed the file in the field. When I brought it back in the studio I started tinkering with it. It took a while since my first instinct was to fix the over exposure. That wasn’t my intent. I had to forget about making it right. Instead I had to take it further. I made it hotter. Blurred it more. Added a kind of motion. Added more color to the warm tones.

Finally.

I made this picture. I’m still not sure. Being intentionally destructive is not in my nature. I think I’ll do it again. But, I think I’ll pop a little strobe in the scene, set about as far as I can go without adding extra light. It will give the subject’s face a little more shape. I just hate to make the work too complicated. After all, this is a kind of street photography. Less gear is usually more.

In case you are wondering.

The lens is a 10-20 mm. I used it at about 20 mm, which makes it “see” at 15 mm. I set it at 5.6 and 250th of a second, with a 2/3 of a stop over exposure. That’s it.

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4 Replies to “On The Second Day”

      1. The dog made we walk almost 2.5 miles. It’s warmed up a bit and we both needed it. Of course, on the return loop she got tired and keep sitting down. See today’s post for what I meant. I’m a visual learner too. The practice that I talk about is in the street when you are making pictures. And, not thinking about what you are doing.

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