The Lowdown on Low Angle Photography

Posted by on Wednesday February 1, 2017 | Video

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Like all aspects of photographic composition, choosing an angle/vantage point from which to shoot is a critical component of crafting an image.

The Art of Photography’s Ted Forbes offers a break down on the benefits of shooting at a low angle, complete with some excellent historical examples of stunning images taken from below.

Enjoy.

Via: DL Cade


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