Daily Photo Phix: What does she see in him?

Woman in advertisement looking at man go by

Walking through a long corridor in the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas last year, I spotted this advertisement on the wall.  The woman’s pose and gaze intrigued me, so I camped out on the opposite side of the corridor and waited for a passerby.  My goal was to use a slow shutter speed to blur the motion of someone passing by, and line that person up with her gaze.  It wasn’t until later that I noticed the painting on the wall, of a woman watching the woman in the chair, who is now watching the man walk by.  And I was watching them all!

Taken with a Nikon D90, f/4.5, at 1/3 second handheld, ISO 400, 27mm focal length, and cropped.

We’ve written posts on using a slow shutter speed to blur motion, here and here.  If you’d like to learn more, please check them out, and thanks for visiting 2 Guys Photo .  Posted by Ed

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6 Responses to Daily Photo Phix: What does she see in him?

  1. Duane Bender says:

    love the creativity with excellent results! – this is so good!!!

  2. Rey says:

    Intriguing, Ed. A creative, multi-layered capture…

    Rey

  3. Mark James says:

    I think these are the concepts that elude most people when taking a photo. I need to try to be more creative like this when thinking of composition. Nicely done Ed.

  4. Howard Hull says:

    Excellent capture Ed, very observant! Many times the opportunities are staring us(me) in the face and we walk right by them!

  5. Ed Spadoni says:

    Thank you all for your comments. I think Howard summed it up when he said we walk right by opportunities all day long. If we can train ourselves to truly “see”, we’ll be better for it – and so will our portfolios! Ed

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