Frenzy at Five Guys
Five Guys is a unique American restaurant that just makes great burgers and fries and great milk shakes (and a few hot dogs). Get 'em single or double, dowse the fries with vinegar, and go for it. The ordering sounds like a restaurant from any old movie. Order your burger, and string of unitelligible code will be yelled to the cooks behind the register. Then off they go. Hot, amazing burgers with all the toppings you could want.
Shot on a Nikon D7500
f 22 @ 1/4 second exposure @ ISO 100
Focal length: 27mm
Mastered and cropped in Photshop CS
Assignment: This week creative Framers, our challenge is the number five. Look around in your world and look for anything that in some way has five in it. It can be five fingers or toes, a five-month old baby, something that happens at 5 o’clock, five people sitting around a table or five people walking down a street. It can be five ballerinas, five cats, five flux capacitors, five crayons, a pentagon or a quintet. If you choose to shoot five objects, the challenge is going to be a lesson in depth-of-field and composition. Remember that a higher number aperture will create a wider depth of field and more of your objects will be in focus. That is, if you want them all to be in focus! (a lower number aperture means a shallower depth of field, which means more blur in front of, and behind your focal point. You can decide to shoot five different objects if you want, but we encourage you shoot five objects that are the same. For example, five teaspoons instead of a tea set. Keep in mind some composition “rules” such as leading lines, filling the frame and paying attention to the background, when you arrange your five subjects, so that you can create the most “pleasing” frame for the viewer.