Here’s one that I took back when I was living in New England. I was testing out a new Zeiss lens ( precioussssss ) and thought that it’d be fun to bisect my frame using these wooden pylons. I can’t begin to explain just how sharp that lens was. It makes me tear up a bit.

But still, this image serves as a reminder that it can be fun to incorporate mild-mannered and innocuous elements into your image so that they’re the main attraction. The pylons here really didn’t do much for me when I got close to them, but when I included the whole lot of ’em and arranged them in a way that they added a compelling geometric feel, all was good.

Just something to consider when your mind is telling yourself that there is nothing to shoot here.

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