Many photographers arrive at a viewpoint, erect their tripods and start taking pictures at eye level – they all end up with very similar pictures. David Hay explains how to make your photographs look more interesting
I have noticed that when you take a group of photographers to a viewpoint, they all tend to erect their tripods to eye-level, stand in an orderly row and then take nearly the same photograph. What is it about the view from five and half feet above the ground that is so interesting? ...
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