It's that time of the month where we take a look at the images submitted for our monthly theme. This months theme was Angles. This is a pretty tough theme to follow as there are a number of ways it can be interpreted.
We had a great mix of ideas and submissions for the theme. Below are our 'Top Rated'. We're looking at the uniqueness of each image, how they've responded to the theme and the technical level of the photos.
Another 'Top Rated' image for Tim. As we've seen with some other images for this theme, utilizing the shape detail in structures to create angles is very effective and makes for some great images. We're also big fans of the tone in this image which give emphasis to the hard edges of the structure.
Congratulations to Karen T for capturing this image. A perfect example of a strong black and white. We spend a lot of time shooting at eye-level and we often forget to simply look up - by doing this we can capture some really striking images. The composition is brilliant and there's a tonne of shape on display here as well.
We loved this take on Angles by Karen M. Really nice tight composition and fantastic use of leading lines to create a lot of abstract shape and angles in this image. Well done Karen!
Well done to John for this abstract look at angles. Sometimes looking up and finding unusual viewpoints makes for some very interesting images. Picking out shapes within the structures of buildings really adds to this effect. Well done John!
Well done Jason for this very unique approach to the 'Angles' theme this month. I remember you mentioned to me that you were going to try this with the sphere and it's really worked well.
We've chosen our favourite from the series of images you produced as this one seemed to have the best composition and sharpness. Nicely done!
Well done Joshua for submitting this image for the 'Angles' theme. We've had a really strong mix of interpretations for this theme, this is one of them. We loved the overall feel of the image, it's very dreamlike and the bright orange of the wood really highlights the angular theme of this image. Nicely done .