Weekly Photo Challenge: From Every Angle

Shane at the Daily Post says.

We all take pictures of something or someone by standing directly in front of our subject, clicking the shutter, and calling it a day. It’s often the way we take photos when we first pick up a camera — though what if you were encouraged to try photographing your subject from every conceivable angle? Your results might just go from ordinary and uninteresting to original and inspiring. Sometimes the perfect image comes to life by simply changing your composition, and photographing your subject from a different angle.

I rather like this challenge, it’s given me the chance to show you one of my current favourite things.

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To join in and see many more examples that may inspire you visit here.

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13 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: From Every Angle

  1. Sorry Gilly, I’m on my cellphone and it posted in the middle of my correction. Please delete that last comment. I was trying to say that l love the bright color scheme of the purse and the different angles you shared with us. Happy weekend! 🙂

  2. Oh Gilly! My first thought was that you had started making fabric Postcards! lol.
    What a gorgeously bright and cheerful purse—I wish I had one! The varying angles in the slideshow are great! So much more interesting than a “straight on”,quick shot.

  3. This is a great challenge, because you got some great photos. I like the whole one, because I can see what it is, but the one right after it is just a wonderful photo!!

  4. You’ve done a great job of making me wonder, and then providing the answer. Great structuring and lovely detail.

    (I had to wait till I emerged from the Weekend Internet Wilderness to view this – iPad won’t do JavaScript despite being enabled, and anyway connection at J’s is episodic at best. So I had a nice Monday morning treat, and you made me wonder what my current favourite thing is. Maybe the bible of local trees that J bought for me for next to nothing at the Sallies and which I appear to have left ungratefully and unintentionally at his place.)

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