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Escher but on a much smaller scale, its plain walls act a little like reflectors, evening out harsh light, and feeling relatively bright even deep in its darkest corners. The light gray of the walls meant that, despite this shadow, it was still fairly bright, giving completely soft light. Combined with the relatively clean background, it was the most obvious place to shoot portraits.
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The tower at the center of the parkour structure at Gerlev. Gray walls reflecting lots of soft light made it the most obvious choice to shoot a batch of portraits. Click for bigger. My gear for a week at Gerlev is quite limited traveling light is both a necessity and a preference. I have a custom mode on the dial of my a7 III ready for such occasions, which also automatically switches on both the front and rear mechanical shutter here's why.
I started pushing myself to shoot more portraits about eighteen months ago and moving to Sony and having eye autofocus has been something of a game-changer. Most of my practice with portraits has been with friends and family. With Townsend, suddenly she was shifting between poses, holding each for a couple of seconds before moving to something else.
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Halfway through the series of portraits, I realized I was cropping below the knee and wondered whether that was going to be a good idea. Full length was going to bring in too much of the background and become messy, but going tighter would mean getting a bit too close given the nature of the 50mm.
I opted to continue cutting Townsend off at the knee with the plan to crop in afterwards.
It also meant that it was easier to keep the vertical lines in the background vertical. In the space of less than 90 seconds, I shot 26 images. The spot I chose didn't have much space I and ended up fairly close to Townsend, thus having to shoot at 16mm. Hands can quickly become alien and feet can easily turn into clown shoes. A simple vault. Notice how much bigger the feet become as they move closer both to the camera and to the edge of the frame.
The movement that I asked Townsend to perform was very easy for her. Given the time constraints and the lack of any reason to do something more complicated, it made the most sense. There are usually multiple calls for works for several different ensembles at any given time. A living composer has many opportunities to write a new work to receive a world premiere. The Fifteen Minutes of Fame calls are announced far in advance to allow for composers to germinate an idea and well craft their score.
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