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Behind The Lens

Location
I took this photo in a little clock and watch shop in Stratford, Ontario Canada
Time
It was mid afternoon on a winter overcast day.
Lighting
I had to take the picture from different angles because of the glare from the shop window but it helped that is was an overcast day.
Equipment
I used a Canon Rebel T7. No other special equipment or lens.
Inspiration
As soon as I saw numerous shapes and sizes of antique alarm clocks, I knew this was going to be a great picture and keeping it in black and white enhanced the the old world charm to the picture.
Editing
I used Lightroom mobile to crop it and slightly increase the exposure.
In my camera bag
Right now as I’m only a few months into photography, I just have my Canon Rebel with an extra battery. I hope to get a telephoto lens soon.
Feedback
Best advice is take advantage of the wonderful tutorials on ViewBug and then go out and practice, practice, practice!! One last thing. Take pictures of things that inspire YOU in some way. After all isn’t that what art form is? Sharing something from your unique perspective and sharing it with the world.

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