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Vermont Noir

Posted by
John (Williston, Vermont, United States) on 17 January 2016 in Abstract & Conceptual.

This is from another creativity-enhancing exercise pursued by my local photography circle, like the pitcher-portion pictures of last month. This time the key is to so find an object and photograph it occupying each of the four corners of the frame—presumably while still offering an interesting composition. It turns out to be harder than it sounds if you stick to that last qualification. It also presupposes agreement on what constitutes an object. My colleagues might not agree with my assessment that the landing of one of my favorite old fire escapes qualifies. They might also wonder about my “German angle” framing. When the sun broke out for about twenty minutes the other day, a rare event for northern New England this time of the year, I raced outside to give it a try. Something about fire escapes just smacks of old Hollywood film noir flicks, so I went for high contrast black and white, off-kilter angles, expressionist framing...the whole nine yards. Too bad Robert Mitchum was unavailable.

SONY DSC-R1 1/125 second F/7.1 ISO 160 46 mm

Monik from PARIS, France

Très belle composition graphique. J'aime ce jeu d'ombres etet de lumière!

17 Jan 2016 10:34am

Shaahin Bahremand from Tehran, Iran

good shot

17 Jan 2016 4:16pm

L'Angevine from Angers, France

oh superbe ces ombres

18 Jan 2016 2:20pm

SONY DSC-R1
1/125 second
F/7.1
ISO 160
46 mm

vermont
noir
monochrome