OUR AP­PREN­TICE says…

NPhoto - - Apprentice -

For this front-on photo, tim­ing was ev­ery­thing: shoot­ing too soon meant the car was still be­hind the brow of the hill; too late, and it had al­ready passed in front of the cylin­dri­cal advertising hoard­ing, spoil­ing the com­po­si­tion. In this shot, the car is nicely sep­a­rated from the ad­vert and has plenty of space in front of it to ‘move’ into. It was shot wide open on Adam’s 300mm f/2.8, to re­ally blur the fore­ground and back­ground, and I po­si­tioned the car at the top-right of the frame, so that the blurred grass in the fore­ground would lead the viewer’s eye up to it.

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