Whenever you get into
A thing, especially a thing
That's been around a very
Long time, there tends to be
A lot of terminology or slang.
It took me a while to get my
Head round it all.
One term is 'camping'
Which is holding out in
One spot, waiting for a subject
To enter 'the frame'.
It's actually fun although
You look a bit strange,
Almost like a really crap
One man surveillance team.
So in this shot I'm up on the third
Level, I've found this really cool
Triangle bannister, and the sun
Is setting to the left, I'm loving
The long shadows that's being cast.
But that's not good enough,
I'm waiting for the right moment
Where 2 different sets of subject's
Are walking into frame on the 2
Different levels bellow me,
With both parties casting
Long shadows, whilst the
Whole thing rotates around this
Cool triangular bannister.
It took around 25-30 minutes
To get the shot I wanted, and about 20
Shots of almost what I wanted,
This isn't exactly perfect like I
Had in my head, but I enjoyed
The process and the will
They/won't they game.
Most photographers would look
At this image and think,
'I know what you did there',
But most people won't
Because why would they?
So that's why I've stolen 5 minute's
Of you life to explain a little
About the thought, and the process
That goes into some shots.
Now go show your mates a picture
Of a 'cool banister' and ignore
The rest of it 😂😂😎.
16/04/18 16:51 GMT
Sigma 1.4 prime lens
F/2.2. 1/1600 sec. 30.00 mm. ISO 100
Edited in Instagram.