When an event is viewed out of its context, it may give strange impressions. The outcome of this photograph was presaged. It is comical that people look so thoughtful about something so trite as a credit card billboard. I processed it to keep people in light and to give an overall haziness.
No, the police was not chasing Speedy, the turtle. This was a big turtle on the road. Two young ladies spotted it from their car and summoned the police. Thanks to Coralville Police, they sent the turtle back to the creek. It was something interesting on my running route. (iPhone)
I liked the bright yellow and red colors of the store awnings against a rather uniformly gloomy blue-grey sky. The clock tower behind the store stood out prominently without which there would be no picture. The image had a distinct color cast, some terribly lost shadow details, and overly saturated red letters. Thanks to RAWContinue reading “#196/365: Fareway.”
Who left a shadow behind? (iPhone)
I wanted to make an ‘epic’ shot. But, a 50 mm lens on APS-C sensor does not do that, yikes! I wish I had mounted a wider angle lens on my camera. On the other hand, slight compression of perspective blends the window display and the bustle of the sidewalk. Everyone is doing something, includingContinue reading “#184/365: Bustle of the street.”