Most of the time, when I photograph this arched entryway into the Boardwalk Restaurant area next to Goofy's Sky School, I am usually facing inward, looking toward Paradise Garden Grill. But during a rainy evening trip near the end of last year, I found myself looking out toward the rest of Paradise Park. Realizing that there as a cool composition to be had--especially with the slick pavement and low angle, I set up my camera basically right on the ground and snapped an exposure with no one in the foreground. The resulting angle drives some not-quite-leading lines upward but also add a dynamic sense to the scene that wouldn't otherwise be there if this was a pedestrian-height, head-on shot straight forward. Sometimes, that simple change in perspective makes all the difference!
|A slick evening doesn't exactly drive away crowds from Paradise Park!|
Very cool angle!!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Jim! Getting low seems to work out for those rainy evening shots!Delete