Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018
Photo 11: Bus Station
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This was a hard photo to take. Primarily because the light distribution, it's hard to compensate for some light in places where there isn't, and vice versa. Makes taking a photo with consistent compensation difficult. I admit, it is really nice when one masters taking photos that have both strong elements of light and shadow, however I'm told that requires either layering the same photos over one another, or buying a REALLY expensive camera.
I'm also not a fan of the fact that I'm in the photo. That's something you'd see as a mistake photographers and filmographers make in their amateur years. It's not a mistake in this instance, more just something I'm okay with. It doesn't ruin the the quality of the photo.
What I do like are the lines. The lines converging toward an ambiguous center. Pillars that hold up the ceiling originate from the bottom of the frame. A ceiling with a symmetrical opening displaying a darkness reaching into the void. And in the middle is an emblematic insignia with an ominous significance. Or something like that.
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Just being clear, The words make the money, the photos are just an ego boost.