Aga Khan

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Here’s another shot from my walkabout around the grounds of the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto. When I noticed the play of light and shadow and the leading lines, I simply parked myself and waited for a single person to show up at the right moment. Took maybe ten minutes but it was worth the wait. Like I’m always saying, photography is about patience. But you have to know what you are waiting for, or in other words, you have to be able to visualize the shot in order to wait for all the pieces to be properly placed within  your composition. When you’ve been doing it awhile it becomes second nature.

 

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2 Responses to Aga Khan

  1. mrmickca says:

    Great eye! You got yourself a wonderful shot there.

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