Photo Story: An Unexpected Accusation


An Unexpected Accusation Nikon D810 - Nikkor 24-70mm f/2,8

An Unexpected Accusation
Nikon D810 - Nikkor 24-70mm f/2,8


While walking with a colleague in London, I noticed a stencil on a wall that looked that work from Banksy (a street artist which I really admire). Although I knew it was not going to be an original work, given the fact that it is located in one of the main touristic spots in the English capital, I waited until I got an image that I could approve, deciding that I will wait until I had subjects whose interaction with the context were completely casual. After few minutes of waiting, I finally got the shot I wanted!
I tried to compose the image following the rule of thirds, as well as playing with the interaction between the red wall, the hand and the grey sidewalk with their geometrical lines (which give a sense of rigidity and totalitarianism) and pedestrians who look like they were running from the pointing finger. 

Leo