Wide, medium, close, textures2 min read

What if, and hear me out here, I actually listened to my own advice for once. Remember how I made a note to myself to focus more on textures? How I should shoot wide, medium, close up and also; textures? Well, that’s exactly what I did today.

It’s funny that I remembered to do it because usually when I arrive to a scene, the setting gets a little hectic and I forget a few things here and there. Never to the extent that it matters much to the final product. Just enough for me to think I could’ve done just a little better.

Thankfully I kept my focus today. The result is a more conclusive representation of the subject and a clearer image into what I’m trying to portray. Or you know, I hope that’s the case but you can totally be the judge of that yourself.

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Hey, I’m Mitchel Lensink. I’m a photographer and writer from The Netherlands. Want to know more than that? You can find out on my about page.

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