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Working Around the Subject


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Working Around the Subject

23 Feb 2021 10:35AM   Views : 221 Unique : 145

We visit places, we explore, and then something presents itself that catches the imagination. When film meant a price was placed on every exposure, then we might only take one shot. Certainly, when we were shooting for Images of England for English Heritage then the instructions were one shot only, two perhaps in extreme circumstances. Digital imaging changed all that and now we can shoot as many images of a subject as we like. After all, one shot and twenty shots cost about the same, unless we want to be really pedantic and suggest a cost for wear and tear and recharging the battery.....

We found a large glasshouse and adjoining brick house at Styal Mill in Cheshire, so I thought it might be interesting to see all the sequence of images for that particular subject. I did choose one to use on EPZ a while back. Which one would you choose?










It's always worthwhile to work around the subject, if there's time, and in that way we might learn how some angles look that we hadn't thought to try before.

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