I’ll be honest, if you like your compositions to obey the rules these next few posts may not be your cup of tea. They are basically a series of photographs where the predominant subject is light. The objects that appear are only in the photographs because of what they do to the light.
This one is a view through a glass brick and a plastic beaker. The window behind these is the light source. The sharpest area is right at the front of the view and it is the out of focus objects combined with a fast f/1.8 aperture that gives the dramatic bokeh.
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