Walking Step

By: Gustav Hoiland

Jan 09 2014

Category: architecture

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Aperture:f/2.8
Focal Length:38mm
ISO:3200
Shutter:1/30 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 5D Mark III
A Distance

Yes, practice. This image is the direct result of noticing an appealing thing and then framing it with great, precise intention. In a way I didn’t know existed before I learned about it.

Simply, squaring the frame of the camera up to the plane of the subject. So as to get all lines straight. Aiming directly at it. But being slightly off, and thus having the fluency in certain software to correct the objective error of it.

Well done architectural photography intends. And it’s enjoyable to see the first photo in a good series and know from that point on that I won’t have to scan the edges of the frames to see if the lines are straight. Same goes with symmetry. When appropriate, I try to establish as quickly as possible that what you’re going to see is going to be done so right that you won’t bother your seconds to confirm it.

Ahhh, work.

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