Part 3

Exercise 3.1

Using fast shutter speeds, try to isolate a frozen moment of time in a moving subject. Depending on the available light you may have to select a high ISO to avoid visible blur in the photograph.

I did the shots in different days, trying to capture a moment in time, a decisive moment : a moment where all details are converged in a photo that stands single and tells the story.

In some pictures(1,2,5,6,7) I waited for the characters to appear in the photo and press the trigger. So the anticipation was the basic psychological process I rely upon.

But this was not all, I have also been prepared for the unexpected to look up. So in pic.no3 I just saw the man in front of me and noticed the stop sign behind, so I quickly done the photo. It was decisive but no anticipation of it… it was pure luck . Like also picture number 4, I saw the band singing and did a shot.

I have placed all those together because they have the same intention: to show a certain  moment in time, a frozen one. I could add more photos even because there is nothing in life that isn’t a decisive moment. It only depends on the eye and on the luck, and being open to see …

 

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