Often, when I take a photo, I know how it's going to end up. It's like I have a mini-version of Lightroom running on top of my vision – processing damn fast. I just instantly know where push and pull to end of with the result I have in my mind.
Som when I'm "on location" my eyes are constantly scouting for shots and almost "post-processing" them at the same time.
Back in 2009 I went to Møns Klint together with the rest of Hedensted Fotoklub.
It was a 3-4 day trip (I forget) focussed on just photography … and of course food, good times and being together in general.
Every morning we got up early ... actually I have doubts about whether it was early or just plain stupid early.
Anyhow we got up at a time no buddy else did. And went to the cliff in hopes of great shots. The great thing about the cliffs is that the water is facing almost dead east ... hence the sunrise.
So we shot a gazillion images that morning of the sunrise – which, by the way, was way too shy to come out of the clouds. But I also tried something else.
Seeing all the other photographers setting up, finding angles, adjusting aperture, fixing tripods etc – all like lemmings following a certain path – I began seeing something else. Something I thought could be an interesting image ... even without the sunrise (crazy, I know!).