A Lower Perspective is the #PetPhotographyChallenge for week four. This week my photo was finally chosen by MY photographer! It’s about time! This weeks challenge is one of composition since last week’s challenge was technical.
What is A Lower Perspective?
It is simply shooting your photo from down below, aiming your camera upwards toward your subject. In my photo I was on the bottom of the slide at the park, and my photographer was lying on her back on the ground to really get down below me.
Why use A Lower Perspective?
- The angle/perspective one uses to take a photo creates different feelings and looks. I look larger than life in my photo from below.
- Different angles create variety. If one always shoots from straight on, photos are boring. Try switching things up with a different side angle, from up above, or down below.
- Photos taken from below leave out a lot of the background and focus more on what is up high.
Have you tried shooting photos from different perspectives? It can really add some fun to a photo shoot!