Sunday, May 08, 2005

Mother's Day & Punk Rock Girl



By happy coincidence, I was able to capture this picture while celebrating Mother’s day with my wife and son at my wife’s favorite restaurant. I was trying to compose a crowd scene using architectural elements from about 75 feet away when this girl walked into frame. I snapped quickly and was very pleased with the results. The funny thing is… well, the picture is much more interesting with just a hint of Punk Rock Girl in it; she looked a little off. It is much better to let your imagination fill in the blanks.

Focal Length: 220mm
Exposure: 0.002s (1/500)
Aperture: f/5.0

2 comments:

Johnny Crow said...

That is exactly the kind of picture I like. I mean It leaves to much the imagination. I love punk rock girls. And this makes me want more. I love how you focused on her, but mostly out of frame. I got my own camera, and I am going to try some similar stuff.

(p.s. sorry I haven't commented in a while.)

Johnny Crow said...

That is exactly the kind of picture I like. I mean It leaves to much the imagination. I love punk rock girls. And this makes me want more. I love how you focused on her, but mostly out of frame. I got my own camera, and I am going to try some similar stuff.

(p.s. sorry I haven't commented in a while.)