A New Angle on Taking Workspace Pictures

A New Angle on Taking Workspace Pictures

Taryn Williford
Mar 16, 2011

We love looking at beautiful offices. No, wait... scratch that. We love looking at photographs of beautiful offices. You see, capturing the essence of your home is all about what you can fit in the frame. So the next time you go to snap a pic of your own gorgeously cord-free workspace, try out this new angle to properly show everything off.

Have you been doing your homework? We know plenty of you browse Apartment Therapy and Unplggd for steal-worthy ideas that you can put to use in your own home. Now it's time to show it off. Grab your camera, spread out your gear and catch a birds-eye view of your home office desk.

We spotted this workspace, from Christopher C. Hayes, on Flickr. We love the way this top-down view lets us see all of his workspace and gear, from the MacBook Pro stashed in a drawer to the LaCie hard drive hiding behind his iMac.

And best of all? A vertical view is the only way to truly capture how hard you've worked to wrangle your workspace wires. When you can see all the way behind your desk-top devices, you'd better make sure you're not hiding any mess of tangled cables.

Have your captured a bird's-eye view of your wondrously wireless workspace? Why not add it to our Unplggd Home Tech Pool on Flickr?
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