Chinatown Silhouette


I took this back around the end of July, just after I’d parked and started walking to Kensington Market. The camera metered off the bright street in front of the man, which in turn silhouetted him. If I’d shot in spot metering mode rather than evaluative metering, the camera would have adjusted the exposure so he was properly exposed, which in turn would have completely blown out the sunlit street in front of him. Even when I was setting up the shot I was already picturing it in black & white. Happy Hump Day. Hope you like it.

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2 Responses to Chinatown Silhouette

  1. great shot, love the silhouette of the man and the other people. Your photos with people always tell stories.

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