News, but not the serious kind
Get closer to the bricks, Honey, and pout a little….
Blog Guy, I have a photography question for you.
Well you know, we do have a very cool photography blog.
Yeah, but I really trust your hard-hitting, reliable information. So my question is, let’s say you had a bricked-up spot where an ATM used to be, and you wanted to get a photo of it.
I’m with you so far.
But just a photo of bricks would be boring, so would it be better to shoot it through a car window?
One window? Nah, I’d shoot it through BOTH windows as the car goes past.
Wow! That’s why you’re the Blog Guy!
Even better, you could shoot the bricked-up machine through a car with a passenger, so you’d have the two windows, a face AND the bricks!
FANTASTIC! And that would be ONE HELL OF A GREAT SHOT, RIGHT?
Uh, no, apparently not. I guess maybe I’d have some sizzling hot Victoria’s Secret models, busting out of trashy lingerie, posing by the bricks. Yeah, that might do it…
A passenger being driven in a taxi passes a bricked-up ATM slot in the City of London February 4, 2010. Britain’s Bank of England put a hold on its unprecedented 200 billion pound asset-buying program for the first time in 11 months on Thursday, but left the door open for more so-called quantitative easing if the economy relapsed. REUTERS/Toby Melville