PHOTO JOURNAL: Kuba Urbanczyk #2
I believe that there are spots that inspire you every time you skate them, and for me this ledge is one of those spots. It’s located on the opposite side of the river from Wawel Castel in Cracow, Poland. Beautiful view, relaxing area, a place to park a car near it — the perfect spot. The only problem with it (for the photographer only, of course) is that the ledge starts and… almost never ends. It’s about 30–40 meters long, and its end is connected to the building. Length and surrounding buildings limit the variety of framing options we can shoot it from to get a “proper inline shot” (the obvious choice would be a picture taken at acute angle from the begining of the ledge — a poor decision I`d say). After a few test shots I decided to break some rules, showing only the begining of the ledge and no landing. Results? Take a look. — Kuba Urbanczyk
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Great light and colours!