Six Different Angles of View for the Same Scene

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When you go to famous scenic spots and take photos, do you find yourself crowded with everyone? When I came home to organize the photos, I felt that the photos I took were similar to those I searched on the internet. When shooting popular scenic spots, the repetition rate of the content of the work is unavoidably high (Editorial Note: After all, it's the same scene that takes pictures all the time). The easiest way to make your work different is to change the shooting perspective. Have you ever considered shooting the same scene from six different angles?

Perspective innovation is an important subject of photography. The same thing shooting from different angles can often bring different feelings to readers. To cultivate this ability, you might as well find a saliva scenic spot to do exercises to see how many different angles you can shoot the same scene. If you can't get started at the beginning, you might as well refer to the following scenic spots shooting angle, maybe you will have new inspiration.

1. Standard Classic Perspective, Integrating Prospective and Rich Pictures

Six Different Angles of View for the Same Scene

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Equipped with standard zoom lens, use wide-angle end for shooting, hold the camera body horizontally (without tilting), move footsteps to adjust the shooting distance, until the scene can be fully mirror, and achieve the desired composition, then press the shutter. Pay attention to composition, and use the foreground to enrich the picture.

2. Looking up at the angle of view, the wide-angle photographs the grand momentum.

Six Different Angles of View for the Same Scene

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Close-range scenery shooting, will use wide-angle lens to shoot, although sometimes the scenery will feel a little deformed, but from the perspective of looking down can better reflect the magnificence of the scenery, and can bring the surrounding scenery, so that the picture is more tensive.

3. Sketch perspective, depth of field, light and shadow interpretation of aesthetic style

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Find a photograph near the scene as the foreground, using the maximum aperture and telescope, focusing on the object in the foreground, so that the background scenery has a shallow depth of field effect, but not to see where it is, slightly sketchy style.

4. From the perspective of telescope, the golden section composition method is used to deal with the location of scenic spots.

Six Different Angles of View for the Same Scene

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To shoot a scenic spot, you don't have to go to that point to shoot. You can find a place a little away from the scenic spot as the shooting point, take pictures of the surrounding scenery, use the golden section method to compose the picture, and place the signs of a specific scenic spot at the intersection point with the best proportion. In this way, readers can understand the location of the scenic spot, and have different views.

5. Perspective, Shooting in the Distance

Six Different Angles of View for the Same Scene

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In addition to the methods mentioned above, it can also be created from a perspective perspective perspective. Only when shooting, it is better to use a telescope lens to magnify the scenery to frame the composition. In the absence of telescopes, telescopes with long focal lenses can also be used, although the resolution of the picture may be reduced.

6. Panoramic perspective, panoramic view around scenic spots

Six Different Angles of View for the Same Scene

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If you want to shoot in the future, you need to find a farther shooting point and shoot with a wide-angle lens. Such a large view, you can choose in the morning or dusk, such as the time when the light is more changeable to shoot, so that the panoramic scenery is more beautiful, in order to be different!


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