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A Self Portrait Series through a distorted or unrealistic perspective by Dana Trippe

Dana Trippe experimented photographing herself using a fishbowl and changing perspectives.

 

“A photo is always more appealing to me when it’s put through a distorted or unrealistic perspective. Sometimes it seems appropriate to shoot a moment in time exactly how it is in real life but I seem to be more happy when I’m pushing myself to experiment while shooting… the fishbowl has been my favorite effect so far. I’m no model, but when you´re shooting self portraits there’s no one else to worry about or please but yourself. You can take your sweet time and get as weird as you need to be.”

 

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