Same Subject – Two Different Perspectives

Today I wanted to feature two pictures of the same subject matter, but from different perspectives and how that can create an entirely different result.

Guess what…same structure. When you see a subject matter that intrigues you, don’t hesitate to take shots from different angles and distances. This particular building is an old adobe ranch house located on the grounds of the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas. I applied a digital watercolor technique to soften both of them up.


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28 thoughts on “Same Subject – Two Different Perspectives

  1. Writing to Freedom

    I enjoy your photography lessons Kirt. I also enjoy playing with different perspectives and seeing which I like better as an image. Usually, I know before, but sometimes the results are a surprise. In this case, I like the first one with more focus on the interesting porch structures.

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Thanks Brad….like you I usually know which one I prefer ahead of reviewing the shots, but once in awhile I’m surprised and then thankful I took different perspectives. Thanks for stopping by…have a great weekend!


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