Eric Sage Point Of View

The reflection of a building from the window of another. Taken in Midtown Saint Louis, Monday, Sept. 20014.

The reflection of a building from the window of another. Taken in Midtown Saint Louis, Monday, Sept. 2014.

This Photograph required getting really low and holding the camera to the ground and tilting it back, in order to capture the right angle to get the Rooftops of the opposing building in the reflection. In doing this a different point of view is acquired. This point of view is interesting because a 16 floor building is being reflect by a 3 floor building. The  lines in this photograph are good and lead the observer to the main subject which is the reflection.

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1 Response to “Eric Sage Point Of View”


  1. 1 sluphojo September 26, 2014 at 2:44 pm

    Not bad, but consider going straight on with the windowed glass, and use the interesting textures of the windows to give the reader a more unexpected surprise with the play on distorted reflections.


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