As a followup to yesterday’s post, here’s a portrait of Sarah, which I made at a Drink and Click last month. We were at the Bungalow on Rainey Street, which has a large minimalist window that I find visually interesting. I wanted to make a portrait incorporating the inside/out transparent yet reflective quality of glass.
I also took the rule of thirds literally but dividing the frame into three parts, more or less equally. A reflection created the left most section, a seam on the glass window created the division on the right. I also did some post-processing to cleanup and emphasize the difference in each of the three sections.
It’s certainly a different kind of portrait. An experiment, both during the time of capture and afterwards, to create something different.
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