Homage Effects

Homage Effects

Abstract photography frequently compels many to think, "I don't see anything here", but the more you know about the history of photography, you see the vision of the photographer, in this case, Alexander Rodchenko, or perhaps Moholy-Nagy. 

The ability to quickly tilt the horizon with a camera (in this case 12 degrees) distorts the expectation of a strict rectilinear (or curvilinear) orientation, two of the primary expectations that exist for a condition of art. 

These images can be displayed in any orientation, even in custom trapezoidal frames.



90 Degrees (8x10)

12 Degrees (8x10)
#angles #shadows #classificationofspace #measuring

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