But not only is isolation our new shelter-at-home norm, it is also a technique used in photography.
I have two examples this week. One is of a very cooperative social distancer--a horse. He is often a part of his group of herd mates, but he distanced himself for me one day. This self isolation is helpful when you are trying to get just the right photo of just one thing, when in fact, there are a lot of things.
Another, is to focus only on the subject, by using a lens, distance and aperture setting that will bring the intended dog/cat/horse/person/whatever to the forefront and to the attention of viewers.
That was the case below, at an event last year, where it was hard to separate pets from their people in taking photos to document activities.
Now back into my rabbit hole I go.
But to see much more on this week's theme of "isolation," the blog circle is waiting. Start with Kylee Doyle Photography, serving pet parents in the greater Sacramento area.
Let's all hope for sunshine this weekend. Enjoy!