Catherine Balet - Strangers - The camera angle of this as it looks like someone is watching them from a high angle, like a security camera. I like this angle as i feel like the implied meaning will work well within my series.
We all have family pictures somewhere close to hand, but as the world of photography became increasingly introspective, subjective and confessional the door to family life, usually closed, was kicked wide open. The very private was becoming very public. Artist Richard Billingham didn’t care about how his family ought to look when he turned his gaze on them and their situation at the heart of working class life in Thatcher’s Britain. Nor was he concerned about photography when he was