Today’s assignment is: Solitude.
In addition to interpreting solitude, we’re supposed to think about the position of a subject in a shot by applying the Rule of Thirds, which essentially like picturing a Hollywood Squares grid on top of your viewfinder. We’re to experiment with placement of a subject at the intersections of those lines, or along them.
Nothing says solitude to me like a quiet bench . . . and a book. Earlier today, I ventured out to a local park and sat down on this bench with my book. I set the book down, and the wind started turning the pages, so I decided to fool around with capturing that image.
I’m pretty happy with my subject placement . . . just have to find my place in that book again.
ISO 400 | 32mm | f/2.8 | 1/6000 sec
See you tomorrow!