I always enjoy seeing the rooms or homes that others live in because I think they are a true reflection of who someone is without even getting to know them. I’ve definitely seen my fair share of them through blog projects, but German photographer Menno Aden has brought in a new perspective to mix things up a bit. His photographs documenting rooms are shot from an aerial point of view, but presented in a flat photograph as one. I love getting to see these shots of rooms, personal spaces, and work spaces from a different angle and being able to look into them rather than just at them.
Check out the rest of the shots here.
For dinner tonight, we made pasta. And shrimp scampi. And garlic bread, and broccoli.
What does this have to do with the image? Nothing. But I bet you’re drooling now!
No, actually, this is the steam rising from the pot of noodles. While I was shooting I got real discouraged – from the LCD screen, none of the shots were coming out. But when I plugged in my memory card in and saw the images bigger, this one caught my eye.
And after some contrast and detail adjustments, I’d say it turned out pretty well.
So that’s 1 for perseverance, 0 for creative slump!