Wide angle photography is photography using a camera that is equipped with a wide angle lens. This allows the field of view for the photograph to be wider than normal, and can lead to a variety of interesting effects, some subtle and some more exotic. The proportions of various elements in wide angle photographs are modified and exaggerated, but it offers a fresh perspective on the world.

Here are some awe-inspiring examples of wild-angle photography.

Midtown Shadow by automatt

Reflections of Sydney by Paul Dex

Keep it Tight by A.G.

Seattle Space Station by Jason Hoover

Rising Curve by Denis Fischer

Bridge to a Perfect Hike by Janet Dixon

Vanishing Lines by John

History, Naturally by Al Richardson

Burj Dubai by DaveandMiri

Edinburgh by Ken Douglas

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