This image is designed to fool the viewer, but only momentarily. This was originally a vertical shot, shooting out from under a brick overhang at a Starbucks cafe that I frequent. Through using some layers with filters (and turning the image on its side) I attempted to convey the look that the picture was actually shot from space. Thus the irony of the title "the view from here". Prints and original (in digital format) available for sale.
47 Images is host to the photography and art of Jonathan E. Keys. His work is comprised largely of everyday photography turned into a creative works of inspiration and artistic impression. In his own words he has this to say about his approach and perspective:
"To me, taking a simple photograph or "normal" photograph, and making into something else is no different than a painter who starts with a brush and a blank canvas. Some say that I'm only making more on top of what's already there but I disagree. I see it as removing the veneer to reveal what is beyond what the eyes see and exposing what the mind can perceive.
There is also a great challenge in this and, most often, with photographs that aren't classic or considered...
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