|MEDIA||Digital original, stitched|
Polly Cove, Nova Scotia
This image quite consciously quotes a much earlier portrait of Victoria which I made in Alberta in 1999. I haven’t done a lot of work in fog (as much as it seems to be the most common type of weather sometimes), so I wanted to make a portrait of Elissa which spoke as much about the setting as it did about her. Using an extremely wide-angle lens, and then stitching two frames together (as opposed to cropping one frame into a square) gave me a very dramatic composition, showing much of the world around Elissa, while still keeping her the centre of attention.
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