Lifeguard Station, Betty's Bay, 2020
A 10cm shift in the lens position can make a big difference when the scene is dominated by complicated sets of geometric shapes, and the aim is to compress, expand, and overlay the shapes to play with depth. A small pop of flash eradicates shadows and flatten the square bars, further confusing the sense of depth. I also waited for the sun to pass behind some thin clouds to even the photograph's tones.
S 26 x 21 cm edition 3+1 a/p
M 52 x 42 cms edition 3+1 a/p
L 105 x 84 cms edition 5+1 a/p
Unframed Archival inkjet print on 200 GSM Baryta Paper