Viewpoint Shift . . .

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I am always amazed how a slight shift in a photographer’s viewpoint can reveal new, unexpected photographic possibilities. This photograph is part of a glass entry door to a business. At the outset, the bubbles intrigued me. The result of plastic window film on the inside glass panel that had bubbled over the years from the Texas heat. By itself, just another photograph. I felt it needed more intrigue to elevate it to the next level. As I moved slightly to my left something wonderful happened . . . my reflection was included! I angled myself to show only my legs and shadow, which added the “visual zing” I wanted. The photo happened by looking for a better solution to what was first visually presented to me, a perspective change, and being open to new possibilities.


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