Grab Shot 56 - Red Wall Revisited

Red Wall Revisited

"Over a year ago I stumbled upon this wall in an old manufacturing section of town and took a shot of it," said Brett Stoddart. "Every time I looked at the picture, I would imagine it broken up into sections with more detail in each. I finally made it back to where the original was taken, and recomposed the shot with emphasis on the grease handprint against the whiteness of the wall and the peeling red paint. Needless to say, I have been so much happier with this and other 'revisited' images of 'the red wall.'

Brett used a Canon 20D in Aperture Priority mode at f-5.6. The ISO was set to 400. The focal length was 140mm.

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1 Comment

Brett, Love the composition. It looks like the hand is coming from the other side of the wall, at least to my eye. Great shot and a good example of the figure/field relationship.