2 thoughts on “MS_150217_009

  1. This is great, is that the one past the motorcycle shop on Champ Blvd? I was there a while back and zoomed in to emphasize the lines. Amazing texture in the right light.

    I’ve been wrestling with shooting static objects like barns, frozen lakes, ice sculptures, etc. For me even the best composed and well lit images of “things” lose their appeal after a very short time. I think the only answer is to move on to people. Ideally beautiful models in a studio with simple backgrounds. Now all I need is a studio.

    But as a wise man once said: There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth; not going all the way, and not starting.


  2. Thanks Mike. It’s actually the new sports complex on Spooky Nook Rd. near Landisville.

    I find there are times when I struggle with the same thing. Composition, lighting, and even the subject are all just tools. In the end they have to come together with some kind of voice, and that can be the hard part.

    On the other hand, if all you need is a studio, it sounds like you already have the beautiful models. Just stick them in front of that barn. 🙂

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