Shooting the Illuminated Crowd
I have been following this short but intense photography school with Linda Rutenberg.
I recently shared a story on "What makes a beautiful picture" after being assigned an exercise that I initially thought to be too theoretical. That is until I saw its purpose.
Another exercise that Linda gave us was to shoot a single object from different angles from our daily surroundings.
I chose a statue in downtown Montréal where I work: "The Illuminated Crowd" by Raymond Mason.
A classic. Taken over and over again by tourists and Montrealers alike.
Please read the full story and view the pictures on my blog here: http://maximegousse.wordpress.com/2011/11/20/shooting-the-illuminated-crowd/
|Bald Eagle by anisah|
from Features - lips/mouth
|heron and fish by APenza|
from A Big Year - birds
|Cows Cowering Under Rare California Super Cell by RBFresno|
from -The Old Cows-