Kerins- Feature

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I have a tendency to wait and wait for the perfect shot, only to wait too long and miss perfect pictures. I like this image because I snapped the image before I had time to even think about what Anna was going to do next, if I needed to wait for more steam to rise off the pasta, etc. I feel like I’m always anticipating a better picture, and then end up with pictures that don’t capture the moment well. I need to work on following my instinctive reaction when out taking pictures.  The steam rising from the bowl shows up much better than I anticipated, and it gives the photo a “real-ness” that captures the process of making pasta, and the essence of cooking. I also like how the background is dark; it allows the focus to be on Anna and not have her competing with objects that may have shown up if the photo had been taken earlier in the day when there was more natural light.

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