JEFF MEYER, DIGITAL CAMERA WORLD:
"We all do it: we see a scene we want to shoot, raise the camera up to our eye and take a shot. But if that’s how you take every shot, you’re missing out on a whole range of possible viewpoints and perspectives.
"Why not try getting up higher, shooting from ground level or even just using a completely different focal length? Any one of these simple steps can help give you a whole new outlook on your subject, and that’s often the first step to making your shots stand out.
"So, here are five great ways to get a new take on a familiar subject, and you don’t have to stop there – next time you get your camera out to take a shot, just ask yourself: what if I shot this from down on the ground or from higher up? You never know, you might just like what you find."
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