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How would you interpret the use of angles in this image?


It's not a trick question. There is no right or wrong answer. Not all of us are experts in photography, nor should we be to perceive and make interpretations. Of course, there is a reason photographers use angles and there is a specific meaning, but the idea is that the viewer would understand without explanations, hence the power of an image. Any response is welcome.

 

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    kallini2010 4 years ago

    I did not take this image. The idea behind the question was to ask how a specific image is perceived rather than a general question what is the meaning of using angles in photography. That is all.


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    kallini2010 4 years ago

    Loved your detail - 118, not 125 or 115...! I would assume that the photographer knew what he was doing. Angles are such basics. But I love the answers so far - those come from TRUE writers!

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    Barbara Bethard (RNMSN) 4 years ago

    you always know just what to say :) I agree too

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    kallini2010 4 years ago

    Nellieanna, the best thing about art is that you don't have to know what artist wanted to say. What you see is what you get. You have the complete freedom of interpretation. I like how people view this image, it's enticing!


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