Thursday, June 9, 2011


I love playing with perspective
Way Of Life
It's wonderful to have a scene before you that you can view in multiple ways, it gives you the chance to ponder everything in your minds eye before you press the shutter. I don't know if it's just me but when I'm looking at photos I do tend to put myself in the photographers place and I really like when they get creative with perspective.
Living With The Memory

Cut Glass Window
There's just something about shooting straight and level from a height of about 5-6', sometimes it is what works but more often it's boring, looking at the same thing in a different way is a great way to help you think outside the box. A photographer I admire who does this quite effectively, and I joke about him crawling around on the ground just as I do many times, but the results are fantastic, Scott James Prebble from Ballarat, Victoria.
You Pull Me In Deeper
I first began following Scott's work because there was something about it that drew me in, as though I became a part of the image, I think his knack for finding a creative perspective has something to do with this.
Here I Sit
To me, the right perspective can give an image it's wow factor or create a feeling of intimacy, it can be the difference between observing a scene or feeling it, it's all in how you look at it.
I Can't Sleep Without You

We don't see things as they are, we see things as we are. ~Anais Nin


  1. Last time I checked, I was the barefoot, naked one and you were the one with t shirt, sneakers and denim, so as much as I love the quote... Ha!
    I'm a funny girl.

  2. :) I changed that quote at the last minute! Shoulda left it alone lol

  3. All nice, but that top photograph is awesome.

  4. You do a great job with perspective Mr. Winge. I think I've seen you running your fool legs off around me once or twice to get a new angle. And Scott is one that I follow as well

  5. Thank you Sunshine :) Yes, I run my fool legs off, but one of these days I'll catch you!!