Source blog: Moving Subjects

One morning, a few months ago, I spent an hour or so photographing office workers and city folk arriving at their places of work with briefcases and hot coffees on the go. The sun was bursting through a gap between glazed architecture, illuminating the paving slabs and producing nice reflections and shadows all around.

 The images are the results of over-exposed sunlight, burned out sky lights, contrasted against the blacksand solids of their overcoats and long shadows Shooting into the sun is always fun and can result in good results (and failures). I had my camera light meter set on pin point centre, and tried my best to aim straight at any grey zones. Of course, I  had to rescue the results a little with some photoshop tweaking.

These three shots were all taken from the same point.