Shooting Challenge: Lone SurvivorMark Wilson5/07/14 1:30pmFiled to: shootingchallengephotographyartphotoshopurbanarchitectureplagues112EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkA virus has wiped out the population of earth...minus one. You're the last person, living in a world built for billions. For this week's Shooting Challenge, capture this feeling by featuring just one subject in a vast urban or natural landscape.The ChallengeTake a photo in which just one person is featured in a vast landscape. The more empty the world seems, the better.The TechniqueFor this challenge, your setting and framing are everything. The smaller you can make the person in the larger the space, the more isolating the effect.AdvertisementAdvertisementContext can be powerful. Empty urban spaces hold incredible potential here. But how do you capture an empty urban space? Off hours—especially early morning—can be surprisingly desolate.But you can also take matters into your own hands. By combining several photos taken from the exact same spot, stacking only the empty parts together, you potentially Photoshop together an empty space, even in a somewhat busy area.