If you’ve ever visited Kingston upon Thames, you’ve probably seen David Mach’s “out of order” sculpture (even if you didn’t know that was its name or that it was a piece of Art). Growing up near Kingston I can not remember a time before this sculpture was places there (I was only a couple of years old at the time) and whenever I see a red phone booth, I think back to Kingston.
So what better subject to try experiment with my camera!
I took this photo with my trusted Panasonic f1.7 20mm lens set to ISO 400 and with a shutter speed of 1/1250 of a second.
I have brushed the photo up a little bit in Lightroom (I’m experimenting with a trial version of the software and I really like it so far) by increasing the contrast so the reds pop a bit more and the building in the background on the left is a bit darker but that’s about all. The only other edit was to add a small watermark in the bottom left hand corner (which was surprisingly easy).
I took some other “street photography” photos on this trip but I’ll save them for another occasion along with a bit more on Street photography.
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