Shooting slide film is a harsh mistress. When you get it right it is amazing, when you get it wrong it is very unkind as all slide film shooter will know. This shot is one of the gems taken on my Sydney City Day Course last Sunday.
I composed the shot purposely cutting off the base of the tree and I think it works well and keeps the eye and focus on the Sydney Harbour Bridge in the background. I haven’t seen this composition before either, so it is nice to shoot something that is different and unique… for now anyway.
Shot on the Fuji GX617 (90mm lens) | Velvia 50 | F22 for 5 sec | Lee 2 stop ND soft grad.