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One more shot (the last one I promise) from my recent testing of the
vari ND and CPL filter from @hyfiltersglobal
(due for general release in November, I believe). Using the Neutral
Density filter has allowed me to select a slower shutter speed to create
blur in the moving figure.
Regular readers of my posts will know how much importance I place on
composition. Photographed from Brighton's Palace Pier, I framed the
ruins of the distant West Pier so it was fully visible within the ornate
railings, but it was also key to me that the ruins lay on the vanishing
point in the frame, to which all the lines between the decking point.
I like single vanishing points (one point perspective), I think their
use creates strong dynamic images. One of my favourite visual artsists,
Stanley Kubrick, made great use of them. This image is slightly odd
because it has a second (false) vanishing point too. It is caused by
the shadows... following them obviously leads to the sun's position
in the sky and I think it adds a cool subliminal effect that jars the
senses a bit.
I also really liked how the blurrier leg copied the next post's shadow
angle, and created some nice triangular geometry with the other leg
and other post shadow too.
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