Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot, Two Ways #2

London Eye structure #1

Re-viewing The Eye

This week’s photo challenge asked us to capture horizontal and vertical versions of the same scene or subject from the same place/location and taken during the same shoot.

This has been an astounding challenge and you can see my first submission here.
 
London Eye structure #2
 
I liked the way the task made me rethink photo orientation and its relevance to content and image impact. I’ve also really enjoyed viewing the way it has drawn out such a wide interpretation of submissions from other people.

SO TELL ME: Do you have a preference between the shots? And if so, does the orientation (portrait or landscape) play some role in your choice?
 
You can see how other bloggers responded to the challenge at One Shot, Two Ways.

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3 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot, Two Ways #2

  1. I think I prefer the landscape one as you can see more of the scaffolding of The Eye and it lends a bit of mystery, along with artistic content. The portrait shot is is more an “it is what it is” kind of photo.

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