Being a perpetual passenger has its advantages
[dropcap]There’s something to be said for getting out and shooting whatever finds its way in front of the camera. “Shooting dirt” we call it. There’s no purpose. No reason. Just look for something at least mildly interesting and shoot.[/dropcap]
We’ve not done this in a while because it requires having no agenda, no timetable, and the flexibility to actually stop and set up a shot if need be. Shooting from inside the car is challenging. One has to gauge light on the fly. Depth of field can be a real bitch. Yet, sometimes it all just works.
We don’t have a lot of shots from our drive. We had children with us so the range of our flexibility was limited. Still, we had a moment of fun that we are happy to share with you. Click on any image to view them full sized.
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