This is not a post about the next NASA flight, oh no, this is about the space needed to create a picture.
Working in studio is easy in this regard, a blank canvas so to speak, well at least a blank backdrop.
You can set your lights, shoot from angles and leave equipment where ever you please.
Not so when shooting fashion in the great outdoors (sort of).
The general public become the general nuisance, the light will not cooperate and as soon as you put down that cool piece of gear, a kid on a bike will use it as a launch pad trying to emulate the Crusty Demons.
However, the more I shoot in public spaces the more I realise that the camera will only capture the space around the subject that I dictate, and the resulting image can transport the viewer to places other than the real…
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