friiskiwi: Question from a member "does It means that it always have to be a landscape (with horizon showing) or is it also possible if you make a tilted picture inside a room? "
I would say anything that you would usually expect to be straight, photographed at an interesting angle, in a way where people like me would usually say ' Straighten that horizon' ( 5 years and 570 days ago )
Contest Moderator: While a typical "horizon" refers to oceans or landscape, the "horizon" can also be the imaginary horizontal plane where we would expect a view to be "level." I don't think all of the shots need to be landscapes, and yes, they could even be indoors. However, I would remind everyone that the theme specifies that it wants you "to create an interesting effect." Just tilting any old thing may not be on theme. ( 5 years and 569 days ago )
Contest Moderator: Just so everyone is on the same page for this theme, here's how I'm going to interpret "to create an interesting effect." This is a pretty subjective phrase, so the criteria I will use will be: A) a dramatic tilt (e.g. 45 degrees) or, B) a more subtle tilt that thereby creates something unexpected. But if it just looks like a fairly normal shot where the horizon is just a little off, it will be considered off theme. ( 5 years and 568 days ago )
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