Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot, Two Ways

For this challenge, capture two images — a horizontal and a vertical version — of the same scene or subject.

This is a great photo challenge because I often end up in situations where I can’t decide whether to shoot a scene in landscape or portrait. I think I’m just a little bit too indecisive, but if you’re only going to be somewhere once you have to make the most of the opportunity. These shots are taken from the summit of the Männlichen in the Bernese Alps, Switzerland. I blogged about the walk to the summit, and if you’ve read that post you’ll know that getting to the top felt like a great achievement which made the pictures even more special to me. I prefer the portrait orientation here, it gives a great sense of perspective of the path to the summit and really portrays the grandeur of the mountain range.

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    1. Ben Post author

      Thanks Tina. Glad you liked the photos, and thanks for visiting. There are just so many great subjects in the Alps, it’s hard to go wrong!

      Reply
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