Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot, Two Ways

I recognized right away that I do this — now a horizontal, now a vertical — a lot on a shoot, but I didn’t know quite why. Sure enough, though, responding to the challenge, I see an example of a landscape perspective:

Mixed Bouquets

followed by a close-up vertical “portrait” perspective:

Floral Closeup

Too bad, though, it leaves no particular perspective for the dozen eggs, bottle of milk, and loaf of bread I also bought at my neighborhood supermarket. Food for body and soul — bread and roses!

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18 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot, Two Ways

  1. vastlycurious.com says:

    But I hope you also bought a bouquet !! Beautiful!

  2. Stef says:

    Nourishing the soul is just as important as nourishing the body; and of course you recognize the truth of it. 🙂

  3. bhawnavij says:

    I sometimes wonder what is it about flowers which makes it so refreshing to the eyes. Very refreshing and colorful pictures..

  4. jfb57 says:

    Great post for the theme! Given me some ideas!

  5. The aroma must waft through the air with the greatest of ease when you stroll by those babies! I am coming to realize I am no photographer. I don’t think I flip from V to P and back too often. Then again, I’ve learned from this mistake. 😉
    Gor-gee-ous!

    • Touch2Touch says:

      C’mon, Gemma — I reveal the real criterion for you.
      A photographer takes pictures. Vertical, horizontal, upside down, whatever. When I get discouraged (daily? no, maybe just every other day) I remind myself of that. I reach for my camera or my iPhone and take something, anything. And every little once in a while, something clicks.
      The Hub is always quoting Woody Allen: 95% of success in life is just showing up.
      😉

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