Black & White Sunday: Perspective and Anti-Perspective

In response to Paula’s guest challenge: perspective and anti perspective for black white sunday

Prompt: Perspective and anti perspective – guest challenge ‘I would like you to challenge the idea that perspective is inevitable in a photo. If you like, make two photos of the same object: One containing as much and the other one as little perspective as you can.’ – Tobias M. Schiel

Here is my interpretation:

Perspective

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  1. That’s clever! An ’empty’ sky always does a lot if you seek to minimize the representation of space here, doesn’t it? I especially like the close-up, which should come to no surprise, given the challenge… Thanks!

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      1. I can imagine. I haven’t even been able to capture a picture of the robins in the back yard because they just won’t stay still long enough, the uncooperative things.

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