Shoot a Classic and Master Composition

Shoot a Classic and Master Composition

Simon Booth

Shoot a Classic and Master Composition

Shoot a Classic and Master Composition - I have long regarded the classic or iconic locations as done to death by photographers and I for one am guilty of trying my upmost to avoid them, unless of course, there is promise of some very special light.

On this particular morning I had a forecast that promised everything...calm conditions and 100% high altitude clouds. The ideal recipe for a stunning take on a classic scene.

However, the light didn't pan out as I had hoped and I got yet another mediocre image. However, whilst reflecting on this image later back at the computer, it became very apparent why we shoot these iconic locations and the reason just can't fail to do well... even in poor light.

So with that in mind, this video shows me shooting the image and then discussing afterwards why scenes like these work so well.

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