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February 20, 2010

Change up the POV Photography Tip

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Written by: Lawrence

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A very easy way to take non-snap shottish photographs is to capture the image at a different point of view. In my opinion, what makes an image captivating is how the photographer interprets the image by it’s POV. For example, the image above is shot very low to make the subjects bigger than they seem to convey a kind of regal quality to the couple. Give it a try and you will surely get more compliments to your photography. Remember it’s not the camera it’s the photographer’s vision.

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Lawrence
Lawrence Atienza is a Jack of all Trades and Master of ALL. Whether it be in the realm of Advertising/Advertising operations with over 10+ years of experience to dabbling in the creative realm of photography and founding/writing for http://www.PhotographySILO.com, Lawrence Atienza gives his all. You can find him on Google+,Twitter and the major social media outlets.




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