One of my students presented a photographer making photographs the ways we usually see it as wrong: blurred image on a moment that we don’t use long shutter speed. Somehow, it caught everyone’s attention and wanted to look at them more. I start to wonder when would be a good time to ‘break all the rules‘ and show some originality?
The moon on St. Patrick’s Day is just bright and round. Thought photographing moon would be just pure but lack of content somehow. Is it a good time to break the rule of photographing the moon? 🙂 I slowed down the shutter speed and focus on something else this time.
I think I like it… Happy St. Patrick’s Day!