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See How These Photographers Took the Mundane Subject of Windows and Made Their Shots Interesting

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One thing we constantly talk about at Light Stalking is the skill of taking mundane subjects and interpreting them in a beautiful or interesting way. This is part of the skill set of a talented photographer and it's not necessarily an easy one to develop. We think these photographers have done a pretty solid job of demonstrating this skill in these photographs of windows. Composition, colour, implied negative space, lighting – all of these have been brought to bear to generate great shots from a mundane subject. Share your own efforts in the comments!

la cuarta ventana by bachmont, on Flickr
the submarines:maybe by visualpanic, on Flickr
مرگ چون پرواز است by Hamed Saber, on Flickr
Hello Darkness My Old Friend by geezaweezer, on Flickr
maria mena:i miss you love by visualpanic, on Flickr
stavropoleos by fusion-of-horizons, on Flickr
Rain bokeh by kevin dooley, on Flickr
218/365 – Remember This Emotional Equation by Helga Weber, on Flickr
192/365 – Help, I'm Alive, My Heart Keeps Beating Like A Hammer by Helga Weber, on Flickr
Mirror In The Sky II by peasap, on Flickr
Framing the city by kevin dooley, on Flickr
kolumba museum, peter zumthor 1997-2007 by seier+seier, on Flickr
hidden by paul bica, on Flickr
Volvo katulampun alla by ansik, on Flickr
Defenestration by Dawn Endico, on Flickr
Beautiful / Strange. by digitalpimp., on Flickr
These Hallowed Halls by country_boy_shane, on Flickr
242/365 – Carefully Now by Helga Weber, on Flickr
vol au vent… by Biscarotte, on Flickr
Living in Rome by Gianni Dominici, on Flickr
yellow and blue by topher76, on Flickr
Towering Window by country_boy_shane, on Flickr
springtime by seyed mostafa zamani, on Flickr
Dreaming by Atilla1000, on Flickr
The Yellow Window by Sukanto Debnath, on Flickr
Untitled by Maria Artigas, on Flickr
Diagonal by dorena-wm, on Flickr
A lone green chair in a dark dirty room, a ray of sunlight shines through the window on the green chair by crsan –, on Flickr
Siding by kevin dooley, on Flickr
Portuguese Window by Fr Antunes, on Flickr
mazoni:blue by visualpanic, on Flickr
lovers by procsilas, on Flickr
Shadow Escape by Ian Sane, on Flickr
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