Tonight, utterly exhausted after a long day of work, I knew unequivocally that somehow I would find my shot on the road I always drive to get home. Sometimes you just have a feeling, and you look at things a little differently. I drove, and turned, and looked, and found a new, tiny, dead end street, and took a photo of a building that I’ve wanted to shoot for many months. Lucky me, a wall of shadows found me. As an added bonus, somehow I was able to hand hold at 1/10. Hands shake when you think about them. The only thing that matters is the shot. The rest will be exactly as it should be, and is.
Stretching to Look Over, Sometimes the Heights Succumb to Envy – DTLA
ISO 1000, 24-70 @ 27mm, f/2.8 @ 1/10 sec – hand held! – available light