A Different Point of View

At last nights camera club meeting, the assignment was called “A Different Point of View”. Basically, we were tasked with taking two pictures of the same thing from different perspectives. It was a exercise in viewing an object from a variety of angles. The sun was low in the sky and and casting great shadows on everything. There were people biking along the trail, competitive rowers practicing on the Trent River, and a giant rail bridge all of which could have been shot from a number of angles. I chose something a little more subtle. As I was walking down a old path, I came across a fence with a chain and padlock. I ended up shooting it from 5 different angles, two of which I’ve added below.

© 2012 Kevin Collins

© 2012 Kevin Collins


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