Nikon D5000, Nikon 10-24mm DX, 10mm, F/3.5, ISO 100, 6 Exposures
Fort Mifflin turned out to be a great place to shoot. I ended up with quite a few shots, and can fill this blog for weeks with images. As we approach the halloween season, I think it’s safe to say that these types of images are justified in quantity.
For this shot I knew I wanted to compose it differently. I normally would set up to shoot this head on, but here I knew I wanted to be closer to the wall. I thought the sharp texture and depth of field, would lead your eyes better into the softer tunnel like scene. Shooting in portrait view also allowed for a more dramatic and exaggerated roundness to the image. Next time you are shooting in a tunnel, try moving against the wall and playing with your focal point and aperture settings. It will leave you with some creative options.