The title of this picture is Cinerealism 3, being the black and white version of Cinerealism 2.
It’s funny, my instinct is to take a given photo I see potential in, and make a single composition out of it somehow. On the way to that composition there’ll be a handful of other ideas that at the time I deem lesser and are thus rejected (at least nominally).
However, I’m often seized with new inspiration on looking back at the rejects, and feel compelled to work them into something. It’s a clashing of ideals and reality.
Really, the single composition ideal is pretty loosely held, though. Provided each image brings sufficient freshness to the source material I’m okay with it.
In that vein, this was a rejected draft I fell in love with.
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