There were three elements of impermanence on display in this photograph for me; physical objects which inevitably change in time. The first was the person across the street, the second being the shopping trolley which somebody had left on the pavement and finally, less obviously the advertisements on the billboard to the left. The photograph as a whole was also comprised of the orange/red buildings which I felt could be mistaken as the sole subject of the photograph but I saw the the objects in front of this building as more interesting, something I might not have seen before.
Camera settings for Photograph 14 – Assignment 5 were:
f/9, 1/200, ISO 160, focal length 24mm. Handheld.
When I returned for the corresponding night shot all three of the variables I had highlighted had indeed changed, once again showing the impermanence of the landscape which sometimes seemed to change very little in the time I’d lived there.
Camera settings for Photograph 14b – Assignment 5 were:
f/11, 15 seconds, ISO 100, focal length 24mm. A tripod and cable release were used.