Friday 29th August 2014
On my first trip to Samut Prakan, I headed straight for their most famous tourist attraction, Ancient Siam. I didn’t manage to get a whole load of photographs, but I was happy that I got this. Shot at F8 at 20mm, I used my tripod to lift my camera into the air and used a remote to engage the shutter. This allowed me to separate the walkway from the temple, allowing me to point down slightly and utilize the thirds in the frame. Not only that, the walkway acts as a leading line into the main interest of the photo. This is definitely one of my favourite photos over the last few months, surprisingly slightly deviating from my usual style and subject.