CS #754 - Differing perspectives

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Klaus asked for someone to host the next shoot. I will be home for the next week, so I will be happy to do it. Shoot the same subject twice from different perspectives. Shoot from high, looking down and from low looking up. Shoot with wide angle and shoot with a telephoto. Shoot with black and white in mind and shoot with color in mind. Your creativity is the only limitation. I don't currently have any examples, but will try to take some. I saw this idea on the Internet and thought it sounded fun.

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Here are a couple of examples of things I found in my yard. Also, I think since we normally allow three images per post, this time we will allow 6 accounting for 2 variations of the three images.

Shoot from different angles for a totally different look.
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Shoot at different f stops and process differently.

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2 takes on a rose.

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Great idea and thanks for taking the shoot.
I was ready to do it, but it would have been the boring "Letter M".
The next alphabetic victim on our CS hit list.

Just went through an abortive attempt to refi my condo. Despite interest rates changing dramatically the different "perspective" as to what "They" say it will cost and what "I say it will" cost with added in fees is dramatic....and comical!

Now how can I image that concept???
 
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Great idea and thanks for taking the shoot.
I was ready to do it, but it would have been the boring "Letter M".
The next alphabetic victim on our CS hit list.

Just went through an abortive attempt to refi my condo. Despite interest rates changing dramatically the different "perspective" as to what "They" say it will cost and what "I say it will" cost with added in fees is dramatic....and comical!

Now how can I image that concept???
I bet you could come up with a way to visually show us!!:)
 
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Time is of the Essence

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Yet time is a matter of perspective,
isn't it?

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Sorry about the dirty glass​
 
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Everyone that hangs out around here is a good egg, so...

Two versions: one with a soft shadow and one with a much harder shadow and a much narrower beam of light.


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Same image processed in two ways, shot this afternoon, not thinking about this CS in particular (if I'd remembered about this week's topic I could have shot something deliberately more in line with the "differing perspectives" concept) until this evening when I started tinkering with the editing and did this abstract image one way and then decided to try a different approach.....

As initially shot, which actually was in color but not vivid color due to the subject matter:

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Once I started playing with it I thought about how a B&W treatment could give this image a very different look:

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Same image processed in two ways, shot this afternoon, not thinking about this CS in particular (if I'd remembered about this week's topic I could have shot something deliberately more in line with the "differing perspectives" concept) until this evening when I started tinkering with the editing and did this abstract image one way and then decided to try a different approach.....

As initially shot, which actually was in color but not vivid color due to the subject matter:

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Once I started playing with it I thought about how a B&W treatment could give this image a very different look:

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Connie, these are really interesting and beautiful photos!! They have a peaceful yet mysterious feel to them.
 
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Tourist snaps from yesterday evening's circumambulation of the Tidal Basin

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