A pinhole view of the world

Ever since I first picked up a camera, I've been aware of how vastly different a scene can look, depending on how you shoot it.

It's interesting to see this happen today in NYC at the RNC protests. Jason took some photos here and so did Donald Tetto. Many of the same buildings in the backgrounds, but Jason's look like a ghost town in many parts, while Donald's gallery is chock full of folks in every frame. Perhaps it was timing, perhaps it was framing, but it's interesting to see two very different views of the same events, same locations, and all on the same day.

(this is probably my favorite photo in Donald's gallery)