This week, the theme is to:

Photograph looking in

This slightly voyeuristic theme can be taken many different ways. We look into all sorts of things with our cameras – and if you haven’t poked your camera lens into anything lately, than here’s your opportunity!

Photo Kennedy through a window

Kennedy through a window. This photo is of model Kennedy Meyer through a glass door. Her far away expression makes me think that I caught her at an unguarded moment. I’m looking in, but Kennedy is looking out – I guess these go hand-in-hand.

Maybe it’s just a sneak peak of someplace with your camera. Like looking into an abandoned building.

Photo Abandoned Home

Abandoned Home Looking into an abandoned home in St. Louis. Think of all the people who once lived here cooking in this colorful kitchen – now empty and falling down.

This theme lends itself to framing – placing your subject in a frame. Doors and windows make great frames, but look around – frames are everywhere once you start looking. Looking into the lives of others – if ever so briefly.

Photo Looking In - Looking Out

Looking In – Looking Out Mother and son look out of their doorway at the street scene in Trinidad, Cuba. All sunshine and smiles.

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Photo Looking In

Looking into a dance studio in Havana, Cuba from a mostly abandoned building next door. The children living in this building would watch the dancers practice from a room that basically had no walls.

Or maybe it’s your subject looking into something. In this case, a child looking into the school yard at his brothers going off to school.

Photo Too Young for School

Child watches in the rain while brothers go off to school in Cienfuegos, Cuba.

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