From Down Below

Published by WPC Official Account on Sep'15,2019

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From Down Below

WPC Official Account
3 | 680 | Sep 15, 2019

Here are a few points that can help you to take better photos from the lower vantage point

-       Take different angle: one has to be like an ant or feel yourself tiny to take photos of little objects like insects, flowers, etc. same like mushroom and the dome photo I was sleeping on the ground to take that photo from its level and was trying to capture its bottom texture.   

-       Break the scale: sometimes cropped images will give better abstractions and give infinity to the subject to break its scale rather than showing the full object, for example, ruins, temples, a bamboo structure with a man working.

-       Find the geometry: geometry the one of the key aspect while taking a photo, for example, high tension cable tower, high-rise buildings, and the dome.

-       Pick the object: sometimes content become more interesting and does everything for your photos and rest just falls in the place, for example, cloth pins, I was standing at the lower level balcony and was just looking around and just pints were on the cables at the upper level and it just stuck in my eyes. Same way with a flying bunch of birds.

-       Tell a story: there are many ways that image speaks a lot more with a lower vantage point, for example, Jodhpur fort, tram cable junction at Bern, IIM-A with crisp building lines with pointed edges of natural leaf shape. 

 

All photos clicked by and the blog is written by Krunal Mistry for WPC project From Down Below


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Here are a few points that can help you to take better photos from the lower vantage point

-       Take different angle: one has to be like an ant or feel yourself tiny to take photos of little objects like insects, flowers, etc. same like mushroom and the dome photo I was sleeping on the ground to take that photo from its level and was trying to capture its bottom texture.   

-       Break the scale: sometimes cropped images will give better abstractions and give infinity to the subject to break its scale rather than showing the full object, for example, ruins, temples, a bamboo structure with a man working.

-       Find the geometry: geometry the one of the key aspect while taking a photo, for example, high tension cable tower, high-rise buildings, and the dome.

-       Pick the object: sometimes content become more interesting and does everything for your photos and rest just falls in the place, for example, cloth pins, I was standing at the lower level balcony and was just looking around and just pints were on the cables at the upper level and it just stuck in my eyes. Same way with a flying bunch of birds.

-       Tell a story: there are many ways that image speaks a lot more with a lower vantage point, for example, Jodhpur fort, tram cable junction at Bern, IIM-A with crisp building lines with pointed edges of natural leaf shape. 

 

All photos clicked by and the blog is written by Krunal Mistry for WPC project From Down Below