Friday, January 4, 2013

interior abstract #4

This ghostly image, like the rest of this series so far, is the result of a long exposure (2 seconds) at a low ISO (100) and a small aperture (around f/11 or f/16), in a low-light interior setting.


Elsbeth McLeod said...

It's amazing how each of these evokes an emotional connection. This one makes me feel I am falling into a sub-terranean crevice, with a deep river that reflects light back up on the walls... It's rich in probabilities!

Roger Morris said...

It could be a river canyon- that would be a good name. I had been thinking more of wings. I guess the wealth of possibilities must be one of the fun things about abstracts.

Elsbeth McLeod said...

Yes, I see the wings, also!