a view from the top

Menno Aden, a photographer who lives and works in Berlin took a series of photos named “Room Portraits“. By installing a camera on the ceiling every photo is taken in birds eye view format which makes each photo look almost like a blueprint. But better. It’s such an odd, but brilliant way to take a picture of a room.

A bedroom

A classroom

A shoe shop

An operating room

A corner shop- We spot Jäger, do you? 🙂

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Two Sarah Lawrence grads armed with their cameras, who have a penchant for making things pretty, following their eyes, following their hearts, even if they aren't always standing on their own two feet.
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8 Responses to a view from the top

  1. Simply one word “Fantastic”

  2. Doon Art says:

    I love that it is so different. One question, how does he get up there?

  3. i love this guy’s work!

  4. Rajesh Pant says:

    that’s perspective!

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