Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistBrian Auer CollectionStreet
Description I took this photo while on a business trip in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon (Mexico). The man sitting at the bus stop and reading a paper just struck me as a possible good photo. The horizontal and vertical lines also made for good composition. I placed the main subject (the man) at the 1/3 mark to the right of the frame. I shot this from across the street at 200mm (300mm at 35mm equivalent), and I had to shoot wide open at that focal length at a shutter speed of 1/20 seconds. The shutter speed was way too slow for the focal length, but it turned out okay anyways. The hardest part of getting this shot was waiting for the sidewalk to be clear of other people AND having the road clear of passing by cars but I managed.
Brian Auer, Rathdrum Member Since December 2007 Artist StatementI love photography! All genres, formats, styles, etc. I've been serious about my own photography since about 2003, and I continue to learn and grow as an artist on a daily basis. I found out a while ago that my photos aren't cut out for the stock photography game, so here I am trying to break into the fine art market.
I shoot a little bit of everything, but some of my passions are street photography and black & white photography.
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