Photography Tips on Perspective: Shoot UpAlli Worthington
Perspective. It’s not just for relationships anymore.
Sometimes the best photographs are the unexpected ones…and unexpected comes in a variety of ways, and from a variety of perspectives.
Taking photos from street level and shooting upwards creates a whole new world…so today’s photo tip? Stop. Crouch down. Look up, and SHOOT.
Here are a few of my recent “low-shooting” efforts.
Street? We don’t need no stinking street. Shoot UP and crop out the street entirely!
Ferris wheels and swings and blue sky! Oh, my!
Instant drama! Because I swear, this really was a friendly game.
The building, cable, and clouds make for a fascinating graphic photograph. If I do say so myself. *flips hair*
Everything is pretty! Even weeds. Look at the delicate dance they make against the sky at dusk. *sigh*
If you see a gal on the sidewalk with a big camera or her trusty iPhone taking pictures up in the sky, come say, “Hi.”
How about you? What interesting perspectives do you love?
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