I go two ways on this challenge. First, inserting “perspective” into a photo means capturing an object from an angle that accentuates the object’s angular qualities (this almost sounds like BS to me). A California freeway shot from underneath has angles that convey strength, massiveness and form. Or, as is the case with this famous downtown San Francisco building, furniture protruding from the walls sends viewers into angular confusion–our brains aren’t programmed for designs the defy human logic. Whatever.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Angular.”