The Glistening Palace
I've found it rather fun to use a telephoto lens to shoot down Main Street U.S.A., compressing the sense of depth to bring farther background objects "closer" to the frame. Shooting on a telephoto also provides different challenges of composition, because the zoomed in view limits the content of a photo. Therefore, to maintain interest through the layering of subjects in the foreground, middleground, and background, sometimes some creative perspectives are required. In this case, there is no grand overview; just a glimpse, and added interest to see more.
|Glimpsing the winter castle through the Main Street ornaments.|