…but still it has something very interesting.
The story behind it is this:
I had just finished building my very own pinhole lens and of course I wanted to try it out immediately. Problem is I didn’t have y tripod yet and at a measured shutter speed of about 1/2 second at f:145 in this white-clouded freezing winter’s day I needed to rely on the support of natural tripods such as walls and fence posts.
Too bad there were none such around when I saw this shed in a garden that went back to the wild some time ago.
I tried the shot anyways, braced myself, stopped breathing, clenched my arms to my sides and gently released the shutter…. camera shake of course, but honestly less than expected. And what’s more, I think it gives the photo a very appealing vintage look.
Here’s a second shot where I put the camera on the wall you can see (barely) on the lower right. Much clearer, no motion blur but not the same intensity I think.
What do you think? Leave me your comments!
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