CAMERA CLUB: Try taking a different viewpoint

Photography is all about showing and interpreting the world around us.

Thursday, 18th March 2021, 12:00 am
Heron by John Millican.

To make compelling images, show the world another way from how most people see it.

Here are four photos that caught my eye where the photographers had discovered unusual subjects, then positioned the camera, or chosen a time, or set the exposure to shoot the scene differently from how it is usually seen.

Give it a go.

Light and darkness by Malcolm Stuart.

Start with holding the camera down low and then getting up close to see what a difference it makes to what you’re looking at.

Silky water by Trevor Howell.
The wood by Janet Kelly.