Photo Tips #1 - Change Up Your Camera Height


t's a simple one to start but one that makes a massive difference to your portraits and landscape shots.

When we're looking for a photo, the easiest thing to do is to bring the camera up to eye line and click away. However, after a while we'll reflect on those shots and see lots of similarities coming into play.

Don't be lazy, get down on the ground - right next to the grass and take something which isn't at eye level. Or, if you can, get a step ladder or stand on a bench and shoot above eye line. In doing so you'll create a perspective which isn't seen by most people and it'll instantly make your photos different.

Simple... but very effective

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