Avoid Eye-level Photographing: Create a Point of View
When we were brand new to photography, chances are good we all did the same thing: raised the camera to eye-level and pressed the shutter.
Of the countless photographs taken daily and everywhere, most images are shot from the 5-6′ perspective. A great way to explore being a better photographer is to alter your point of view to lower or higher than what the overwhelming majority is doing.
Avoid Eye-level Point of View
I love to photograph forests and groves of trees. Over the years, I’ve found my go-to point of view is usually a lower angle because it gives me images closer to what I want to express than when I shoot from a more straight-on POV.
Do you want to learn more?
Ted and Brett would like to invite you on August 27, 2022, to Maple Ridge Nature Photography Tour to discover the power of altering your Point of View in landscape photography.
Take advantage of being with a group of same-minded photographers and have a fun day.
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Ted and the Omnilargess Team