A low-down perspective by changing your camera angle can entrap the viewers and change the disposition of the story. To spice-up your style of photography and to acquire a new point-of-view inclination in your photos low angle camera shots can be your best resort.
Most of the time, you tend to shoot from straight-on perspective focusing your shots at your eye or shoulder-level. To break this monotony, try taking a few shots at an elevated level or near to the ground level. However, though a thrilling and new mode of focus, things can go wrong if these particular shots are not performed perfectly.
These lower-than-normal perceptions can be flawlessly shot if you follow the given useful tips:
During the shots you must learn to accept that you might not be able to glance past your viewfinder in majority of the instances. Numerous shots in most situations require the positioning of the camera in an angle that you can’t peek through. If your camera provides a flipout view, you are fortunate. Otherwise, get used to the apprehension.
Low angle shots function best when performed in conjunction with wider lens. Fisheye lenses will also be helpful in such cases. 1.6 crop factor cameras function efficiently as it’s difficult to crop the image while being in the field of view.
Know the Aperture
A low angle shots include objects both near and far. This means, you need to know about your camera and hence its lens combination’s spot for aperture. The depth of field mode available in cameras does the job for you by correlating both focus points and aperture.
Keep it Level
When you get your camera closer to the floor or low objects, take a few seconds to ensure that your camera is at level. This will save your time in realignment in your computer.
Try imagining the view from down before you take the shot. Frame the view including objects of interest. This gives you an opportunity to make the ordinary appear to be prominent by perspective. The angle facilitates in exaggerating nearby objects with respect to their sizes lending the subject the ability to take up the majority of the frame.
The focus and stability of your camera depends on its center of gravity. You must lend your camera a good foundation and bring your camera in a lower position at the same time. Steady focus improves clarity and hence the perspective of the image within your field of view.
Good camera angles enable in making editing of the images easier. Enjoy trying out new angles from down-to-the-earth perspective and give your focus a new charm!
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