Different angles, different photos

photography of old bycicleI struggled to find a title post, I will explain.

Normally when we frame an object, we frame all integers, or the front. While it is something that might be interesting.

I think if we make different pictures, to do different things.

Focus on a detail of something, an everyday object aged over time can be interesting.

In this photo I looked at the back of the bike, I liked the visual game between the wall and bicycle, the two seemed very old. It’s a classic photo of cities.

Think light, at best whether horizontal or vertical format, do not stop to ask questions, it is the only way to create something different.

I hope you enjoyed this post,

Thanks for reading me.


About David Cucalón

About me: I began to make shots in 2008, with Olympus E-510. I like a several kinds of photos, but my favourites are motorsport, first plane, macro and urban shots. I think that digital age make more easy and accessible photography for a lot of people. I’m expect you enjoy with my gallery and feel free to make constructive critics. Welcome to my world. Sobre mí: Empecé a tomar fotografías en el año 2008, con una Olympus E-510. Me gustan diferentes tipos de fotos, pero mis favoritas son competiciones automovilísticas, primeros planos, macros y ciudades. Pienso que la era digital ha hecho más fácil y accesible la fotografía a muchas personas. Espero que disfrutes con mi galería, y siéntete libre para hacer críticas constructivas. Bienvenido a mi mundo
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