'Surveillance' by Roderick Angle Captures Undercover Creepers

 - Jan 9, 2010   Updated: Jul 11 2011
References: roderickangle & behance.net
If you've ever had that funny feeling that you're being watched, 'Surveillance' by Roderick Angle will give you flashbacks. Part stalker, part paparazzo, this photo set captures a woman watched. Her icy eyes and mannequin-like stance in each shot are like those of a famous figure in a hurry to avoid paparazzi.

Check out more shots of 'Surveillance' by Roderick Angle above, and keep clicking for more stalker-ish features.

Implications - In photography, candid photographs that still maintain a professional air are often more popular than staged ones because consumers like art that is familiar and reflective of real life situations. Art imitating life is an old adage that reigns true in this particular brand of photography, where consumers use this art to observe different perspectives on every day situations.