Which Way to View

With macro and close-up, there is rarely ever a 'right way up'. Images such as these should be considered and viewed in every format before deciding which orientation is the most flattering. Some of my best images are actually upside down, but underwater there is no horizon to form a perspective of up or down.

There are eight different ways to view a picture. Using a program like Photoshop, open a selection of close-up photos. Rotate them sideways, upside down and back to front. I'm sure you'll find images that pop out even more when an alternative perspective is considered.

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