Posted in Melbourne, Photography

A photo challenge: Breaking the rules

A few weeks ago Tim started a street photography challenge and is posting his images in his blog.

As he was heading out this morning he asked if I’d like to join him today. Street photography is not really my thing, but I thought ‘why not’.

This week’s task was “to produce nine images that break the ‘rules’ of photography but still work… that might mean breaking rules of composition, rules about not ‘chopping off’ limbs or heads, shooting with a straight horizon, and so on”. [I just took that straight from Tim’s blog!]

Here are my nine images. To see the full image, you’ll need to click on it.

One thing that intrigues me is that we went to the same places yet took quite different shots. I like that.

Author:

I like to travel and take photographs. I like to blog about both.

2 thoughts on “A photo challenge: Breaking the rules

  1. Shoes and feet tell us much and are easily overlooked. I would like to see more of this so I can think about the stories and choices that go with battered/stylish/inappropriate/practical/trendy/ polished/ sharp /sad/bright ..

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