“To improve the golden moment of opportunity, and catch the good that is within our reach, is the great art of life.” ~ Samuel Johnson
This was captured on a beach in my birthplace of Mati, Davao Oriental. I was aiming for a “perfect shot” of this fisherman who was about to throw a net in the air. When he did, his companion passed by suddenly, as if to tell him, the day’s over, let’s go home.
It ruined my imagined composition.
Later, as I kept looking at it, I thought, what does a ‘perfect shot’ really mean? Maybe there’s more character and life to my imperfect shot than the vision I had created in my mind. Maybe we should be looking for contentment in our flawed reality.
My catch is probably just as good as his.
Wow! promise me you will send this in for all future competitions! I love it!!!
Oh thank you!
to me the companion walking in did not ruin your composition. rather, i see a lot more story in it. really. it is a great shot!
there are many time that i didn’t get the shot in my mind while filming my promos. but most of it turns out better than what was planned. i guess this could be one of those.
That’s so nice to hear. :-)))))
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