Shot data: focal length 35mm, f2, 1/125, ISO 640, under-exposed by a stop and a third
I’ve talked before about the concept of finding the gap. Often it’s what’s beyond your composition that’s as, if not more compelling, than what’s immediately before your lens. Finding gaps, finding avenues through which to photograph can help you make more engaging pictures. At face value, this could be a pedestrian record shot. I think retreating and opening up the image, finding a channel through which to shoot, which in this case is a corridor, has made the picture that mite more intriguing.