Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Antelope Canyon - Different Perspectives

I've been spending some time with images I made at Antelope Canyon last December. In addition to the normal adjustments like white balance, contrast, luminosity, etc, I've been rotating the images. It's quite interesting how the same image looks totally different depending on the perspective. Looking at the top image the line between the dark and light receeds but the same line in the image directly above protrudes.

The same things happens with the horizonal compositions. When rotating some of the image I get a totally different 'feeling'. I can feel safely nestled in a smooth fold in the rock but rotate it 180 degrees and I feel like I'm going to fall.

It's a fascinating journey I'm taking thru Antelope Canyon, from my digital darkroom.


1 comment:

  1. That's amazing. The more 'abstract' the images the more they lend themselves to this kind of interpretation. You gotta love it.