Day 14 in my #31dayphotochallenge | Shapes
In day 14 of my #31dayphotochallenge I took this picture of a train wheel from the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania with my #GooglePixel as usual and edited with Adobe Photoshop CC for mobile devices. Check it out here if you want a great editing software on the go: http://amzn.to/2AqG9UK. I took this picture while on a mini trip for my birthday to Pennsylvania. There were vintage trains here galor but they all had something consistent between them all.
They all had wheels! But not just any kind of wheel ... They had big beautiful solid circle wheels. Shapes play a major role in our everyday lives. But circles more so than any other. Look around your current location while you read this and count all the circles there. I bet a million bajillion dollars that you can count more circles there than your fingers can count. Why is this you may ask? Well quite frankly it's because we have found much more usses for this shape than any other.
Wheels were one of the first usses as they allowed us to get from point a to point b a lot sooner than these two feet ever could. Everything from planes, trains, automobiles, power plants, to your camera and so on can't happen or function without this shape. Imagine taking pictures through a triangle shaped lens or driving on square wheels! No thank you. So in closing, be observant in your picture taking and question yourself if what you are taking a picture of has meaning to you because as beautiful is truly in the eyes of the beholder, the pictures you take were taken by you because of your connection to it. In other words when you attach meaning to the pictures you take you're clients can see that and tend to appreciate you and you're work more. Happy picture takers make happy clients 😉