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Viewpoints Probably 90% of all photos taken are shot from eye level. There are lots of good reasons to choose a low or high shooting angle. Follow our guide to varying viewpoints for tips on viewpoints to shoot low and how to utilize viewpoint to photograph from up high.

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Camera Angles: 5 ways to add impact with unusual perspectives

Digital Camera World provides digital photography tips and techniques, digital camera reviews, photo editing lessons and video tutorials from Digital Camera Magazine

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Giant's Causeway by Yongjia Peng via The Royal Photographic Society

Fine-art photographer Sharon Johnstone loves to experiment with still-life set-ups. To create her bubble macro shots (see above), she fills up a glass of water and adds a few drops of olive oil.

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I like the angle of that shot. A photographer captured not only the girl on the front but also an emotin on the girl's face on the background. It is a good example hor to get a good shots of everyone who is in the picture.

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“Types of Shots (1)” | drawing tips by Normand Lemay - Blog/Website | ( ★

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Royal Society reveals best nature pictures of the year

Tadpoles overhead. Overall winner, Category winner: Ecology and Environmental Science. Tadpoles of many anuran species come in high numbers, but not many make it to adulthood. Here a group of common toad (Bufo bufo) tadpoles is seen from below by Bert Willaert, Belgium. It was shot with a canon G12 camera in a Recsea underwater housing and a Dyron dome port.

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Giant's Causeway by Yongjia Peng via The Royal Photographic Society

Band Photography: tips for taking promo shots that rock... I can see how that would be cool for different styles. But not for weddings. Up-the-nose-shots are unflattering to almost all body types. I hate when I see wedding photographers shooting in this angle.

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