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Weekly Photo Challenge: Angular

When I read the Weekly Photo Challenge theme “Angular”, my first thought was to look for architectural image. I found this one of St Paul’s Cathedral, taken through a doorway installation on the street that frames the cupola quite well. 41 more words


A Dutch Angle and Tori

The Dutch Angle is a technique used in photography to create uneasiness or tension in the subject being photographed. It wasn’t until a couple of years ago when I saw Marcus tilting his camera during a portrait session that I decided to give it a try. 109 more words


The Third Man (1949)

I like dutch angles. Use them quite often in my own work. It’s often not even about creating disorientation, or angst, I just generally like the way compositions look when I tilt my camera, even slightly. 1,868 more words



I’ve got more film images for you today, this next set taken while visiting the Salton Sea with my old Canon EOS 500 and expired Kodak Max 400 color print film. 49 more words


Dutch Angles, Yay or Nay?

I had a conversation with my blogging friend Stacy at Visual Venturing about Dutch Angles and how I typically don’t prefer this photography technique, so I thought I’d show you one of my own. 224 more words