Wednesday, 5 September 2012

Get Down Low For a Unique Perspective

This article come from travel, nature and fine art photographer, David Julian, courtesy of our friends at Digital Photography School.

“Photographing a landscape from a low angle perspective helps me illustrate subjects in nature.”

When photographing the land, I shoot traditionally and also look for a unique perspective or point of view. Low vantage points are often overlooked, and are often truly rewarding. Before getting close with my camera to capture the details, I use my body position to try various ways I might view the subject. To the causal onlooker, I must look insane with my bending, squatting, squinting and even lying prone or upside down on the ground.

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