Show us anything that has one or more right angles in its design: squares, rectangles, right isosceles triangles, etc. It can be as simple as a box or a dresser or a table, or something more rectangleriffic! Finding right angles is easy; we humans tend to surround ourselves with them. The tricky part is in the photographing. Perspective tends to warp our clean right angles, giving our eyes and are cameras clues about our three dimensional world. So try to minimize the effect, and keep our angles as perfect as possible. OR let perspective really mess with those angles, and show us the result!
To play along, simply follow these guidelines:
1. Grab your camera and photograph anything that involves right angles (squared off corners, as in a square or rectangle). Either minimize or maximize the effect of perspective in your photos.
2. RSVP in the comments below with your name and the name and URL of the place you plan to post your photo(s).
3. On the Challenge date, Saturday, September 8th, post the results on any blog, social media site or online photo album. Don't forget to link back to here in your entry, so your readers can check out the other Robins' contributions.
4. Please visit the other Robins' entries, and comment if so moved. The list of entries will be posted at the bottom of this entry starting around midnight MST on the Challenge date, and updated through the day.
Thanks for your participation in the most recent Challenge. I hope to see more of your work soon. Have fun, and go be photographers!