Photography offers the opportunity to see things from a new perspective. While most of us take photographs from eye level since it’s the way we typically see the world, that doesn’t always make for an interesting image.
So how can a creative use of vantage points help your photography? Check out the post below to learn more:
Looking for more resources? Check out our earlier posts all about the building blocks of an image and exploring the theme of portrait and still life in photography. Also, browse through the collection of MOPA’s Nancy K. Dubois Library which features over 25,000 books and periodicals on photography.
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