Upright Ice Skating  
     

Upright Ice Skating

While upright is assumed to be the proper orientation for ice skating, this beginner understands that other orientations are often employed. This shot was framed so that the valley would form a "V" behind this young skater's head - drawing the viewer's eye to the subject. The ice forms the base for the image.

Camera and Lens Settings
24mm  f/2.8  1/1000s  ISO 200  3744 x 5616px
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