You know you are no longer young enough to be cool when teenagers use words you don’t understand or talk about TV shows, Internet channels, and stores you have never heard of. My godson wanted to go to Flight Club in NYC. It’s a sneaker store. It has no sign outside and a very urban design inside. While he tried on what seemed like 100s of shoes, I gazed around the store people watching and looking at the store design.
I really like the repetitive and orderly pattern of this. The shoes come somewhat unexpectedly, as traditional shoe stores do not display their shoes against a brick wall. But is makes for an appealing pattern. I also like the randomness of the shoe color and how that disrupts the relatively monotone brick. It took me a few tries to get this shot. To be honest I was lazy and trying to shoot on automatic, but ended up upping the ISO to get a steady shot.
Camera: Canon 600D
Lens: EF-S 18-55 at 42mm
Shutter Speed: 1/20