When outside creating photo art, it can be extremely important to previsualize individual shots as segments of a cohesive set or exhibition. It isn’t necessary to complete a themed set in one outing, one week, one month, or even in one year. You also do not need to be working on just one theme at a time, but it is important to stay the course so that your artwork can be perceived as a visual study with impact. Below are some photos I took on Saturday, and while very similar at first glance there are compositional difference throughout. I’m not sure that this set is complete, but I will use this to contact local art galleries to get feedback on my concept.
All above photos were taken handheld with the Tamron 16-300mm VC All-In-One lens and the Canon EOS 50D DSLR.