For this weekâ€™s challenge, photograph a person, or a piece of fruit, or a toy â€” any stationary object â€” and experiment by photographing it from every angle.
We all take pictures of something or someone by standing directly in front of our subject, clicking the shutter, and calling it a day. Itâ€™s often the way we take photos when we first pick up a camera â€” though what if you were encouraged to try photographing your subject from every conceivable angle?
I tried to capture this Greek civilization model prepared by my elder son and group. It was very interesting to shoot from left, right and from top. I agree that sometimes the perfect image comes to life by simply changing your composition, and photographing your subject from a different angle.
Here is the gallery of pics of three dimensional presentation captured from every angle.
Here is my second entry for this topic. Chand Minar @ Daulatabad from every angle
That’s Good from all Angles.
Thanks for appreciating.
Amazing details your son and the group made for the project! Impressive. 🙂
Wow that looks wonderful. Your son did a great job. You must be one proud mama! 🙂
That’s a beautiful model — from all the angles. And I like your new site template. It’s quite elegant.
Thank you. I changed it last month and was happy to get the positive feedback from the readers.
We are driving back home after staying three days without electricity and technology in one of the ashrams located here.
This is a wonderful example of diligence, intelligence and creativity, Rashmi. Tell your son we loved this depiction of Greek civilization or “diorama.”
This is a new word I have learnt today. I checked up the meaning of diorama and it says exactly what it is. Your kind words and praises will be conveyed.