In this particular street assignment I'm looking at using a double, handheld pocket mirror (bottom left) to have a more abstract approach. Although I'm not using a Kaleidoscope, or any repetition, the outcome of my photographs have a similar look to this Alvin Langdon Coburn's Vortography piece (above). The biggest thing that stands out between the two of them is certainly the fact that, his is black and white, which in my opinion does give the image a lot more room in terms of the questioning side of it, where as mine are in colour (bottom right). My photographs also have a slight "space" in the middle within which viewers can see clearly my subjects and shots in question. The other main dereference between the two photographs is that I'm using a digital camera and Alvin Langdon Coburn's Vortography were done on an analogue camera.
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