Photograph: “Tunnel Vision” by Dan Schneider (username “Dan Schneider” on Flickr).
Originally shared on the Photofocus Flickr community right here.
Why I picked this image:
There is always light at the end of the tunnel. Well, almost always. And that makes a tunnel a great spot for silhouette street photography. By setting the exposure to blowing out the highlights at the end of the tunnel, you will get a clean white background. Now you have to wait for a person to walk into or out of the tunnel and align the person against the white background (the opening) of the tunnel. The leading lines will point towards the subject and make this a nice tunnel silhouette street photo.
Thanks for sharing this nice photo with us, Dan.
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