Katie Miller switches things up by photographing her subjects from behind. Sometimes a change in perspective makes all the difference, and Miller's back-of-the-head photos are definitely no less interesting than a quintessential smiling shot. In fact, keeping an important piece of the puzzle missing -- in this case, the face -- adds to the intrigue of the images.
Moreover, Miller plays with color and composition to keep each photo visually appealing. Of course, it doesn't hurt that all of Miller's subjects also seem to have shiny, salon-worthy hair.
Finally, the vibrant landscapes in the background also play an important role in keeping the series dynamic. Whether it's a cloudless blue sky or a cinematic sunset straight out of a romance movie, the scenic backdrops provide another layer to Miller's work.
Silhouetted Landscape Photography
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