How does perspective change the way you "see" yourself?
Bird's eye view:
Worm's eye view:
The two perspectives that I chose to see myself in was a bird's eye view and a worm's eye view. These are two very different perspectives that can show a different mood and show different emotions. From a bird's eye view you can see my hair, face, facial expression, and what I am wearing. You can tell how I am feeling. By the look on my face, and the way that I am sitting you can see that I was feeling kind of awkward. This photo shows that I don't really enjoy getting my picture taken.
From a worm's eye view, one can see me at a different angle. The only thing that is shown is my clothing. By looking at this picture, one can see how I dress and the type of clothing that I wear. My facial expression and the way that I am feeling is not portrayed in the photo. The mood and idea of this photo is mysterious because it is not shown how I feel, and it can make someone wonder what I am thinking without my face in the picture.
By looking at me through these two different perspectives one can see different things and feelings. I chose these two pictures because it shows that by looking at someone from different perspectives and angles you can't really see everything about someone.