Diagonal World: Russian Designer Sergey Minkin Shoots Everything at 45 Degrees – Design You Trust

Diagonal World: Russian Designer Sergey Minkin Shoots Everything at 45 Degrees

Yandex’s designer Sergei Minkin runs a blog teaforbear featuring the world divided by a diagonal.

The first photo in the blog appeared in November of 2013. “I was walking down the street and thinking about new compositions for a themed account but I wanted something which would last,” says Sergey to Instagram blog. Hills, building, jags, lentil and all other things that surround the photographer are used to divide the fames. “My friends now joke that I can capture everything in 45 degrees.”

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