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Backsides Logo By convention, the three dimensions of an item in space are assigned the relative directions up and down, left and right and front and back.

The most common side of a subject usually featured in photographs is the front.

The backside provides an opportunity for a photographer to present a subject from a different point of view.

DIG members' photos featuring "backsides" are shown below.

(A larger image can be viewed by clicking on a thumbnail below, then click on the browser BACK button to return to this page.)
"Homeless"

Author: The Photographer

Source: Wikimedia Commons
 

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Neil Schlosz
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Margaret Barnett
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Barry Porter
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Pam Donnet
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Marilyn Richardson
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Robin Ireland
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Geoff Turton
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Joyce Pickup
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Lilly O'Brien
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Sylvia Moores
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George Alam