The Ghost Rider

The Ghost Rider

The Ghost Rider 1920 1440 Fotograf Brian Bjeldbak

A very minimalistic scene with white surfaces and a contrasty subject (the bicyclist).

At first, the human catches the brightest  point, being the stairs and the right surface towards the driving lane. Those points take up quite a bit of the entire image, which makes them a significant part of the motif, but because all leading lines lead towards the bicyclist, he gets to be the main motif.

Contradictions in an image is always good: here we have white and black. The contrast is very sharp.

The shutterspeed was 1/20 sec., which makes the bycyiclist blurry. It gives the viewer a perception of speed and also a bit of mystery, since his body, face and the contour of the bicycle itself isn’t clear.

The scene was shot in Aarhus, Denmark.

OLYMPUS OM-D E‑M10 Mark II, 14-42mm II R, 1/20 f/10 @ISO200


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