Wrong Way Girl


I shot this one last Christmas Day during a walkabout downtown. I was quite fond of it at the time and even now looking at it again I still really like it. For me it’s always about catching the person in mid stride. For right or wrong I feel the photo wouldn’t be nearly as strong if her legs were together — she would lack a sense of movement.  I also like that she was the only person on the street at the time. There’s a sense of isolation and loneliness with shots like this (to me, anyway). Hope you like it.

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4 Responses to Wrong Way Girl

  1. and she’s mid column, the contrast is great. I really like the black and white.

  2. Chloe says:

    really like this capture dave, the composition and the contrast is great

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