Grit. I love semi-ambiguous subjects, if you couldn’t tell. They leave room for interpretation and that is a good thing when it comes to photography. Grit, and how you define it, is up to you but with this week’s challenge I want you to get close and personal with your subject.
This week’s topic is Grit
Grit will be hard to show from a standing point of view. You’re going to have to get on the ground or stairs or wherever you find grit to get those shots.
And to get to know your camera a bit better, I would like you to concentrate on using your camera’s Exposure Compensation/Bias. How would you use it to show grit? That’s for you to figure out. Maybe it’s making the image darker to be moodier. Maybe you might want to lighten things up to pinpoint the grit. Either way, your camera doesn’t know the mood you want to convey, you have to take over and tell it.
Post your example with a link in the comments section below before Monday night.