I was wondering if any one may know of LF art photographers who deliberately distort perspective to make it look odd (for want of a better way of saying it) by making use of view camera movements?
Too add a little extra....
Perhaps by way of an example, trees that appear to be falling out of the picture frame, hoping not to be misleading by use of one example here, of course. Also perspective in broader terms such as focus as well as perspective lines which may or may not converge and whatever else. I am perhaps thinking of aesthetic questions, however aesthetic and technical planes are one plane if I start to unravel this a bit more but again; could this too be misleading.
I have just purchased my first monorail, a Calumet 45N, so am a little new to this area despite the fact that the camera looked very familiar to me once in the hand as if I had used one in past decades and centuries but had simply forgotten (which could be likely given my memory...) I am also a poet and novelist and point of view questions can get quite complex and difficult in this realm; free indirect discourse for example. But then back to the question or is this side shadowing perspective as lateral transfer in refusing fore and back shadowing? Etc etc