Tuesday, February 27, 2007
London, Ontario, February 2007
This image is more about mood than anything else. The dim light combined with a lack of a tripod to necessitate a wide aperture. This reduced depth of field to the point that I wasn't sure the shot was even worth taking. But in the end, I liked how the light played on the flat and curved surfaces of the wood.
Although I didn't originally set out to capture this particular composition, I'm glad it jumped out at me while I stood by the covered window and mulled over the possibilities. I love when a scene presents itself almost out of nowhere.
I'll have to try the scene again with a tripod to see if a greater depth of field would change the end result.
Maybe I'm just overthinking it.
Your turn: How is it that a photo can alter one's mood?