Day 27: False perspective
I feel that the closer we get to the end, the broader the challenges become. I guess the author wants to test our creativity and outside-of-the-box thinking in coming up with a composition.
False perspective could mean a lot of things. ‘False perspective’ is also a ‘forced perspective’. You know, those pictures of tourists leaning against the tower of Pisa seeming larger or the same size as the building.
False perspective could also mean looking at things through a glass or seeing the bottom side up.
I opted in for a combination of two and make use of my lensball.
The setting was perfect. Golden hour right before Christmas in Vienna, one of the most beautiful and culturally rich cities in Europe.
Did I mention the first snow had just fallen, making the whole scene even more majestic? That certainly helped tons in capturing the moment!
I used my 50mm lens for this shot at f/1.8 aperture with a shutter speed of 1:50 and ISO 200. Using a glass ball turns anything visible through the ball upside down. Or is it the right side up, since the sensor sees things upside down anyway?