Viewpoints

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October 18, 2021 by mrgoldsack

Viewpoints (or Point of View) are a really simple, but effective way to change the interest level of your photography through composition.

Check out the following for more information: POV

Quick tips for using viewpoints:
1. Change your elevation – Get above your subject. Get below.
2. Frame your angles.
3. Get up close or far away.

You can check out the task brief here: 2aViewpointAssignment
Don’t forget to do this one, too: 2bCriteriaViewpoint

Due Oct 26

Additional Resources:

POV & Perspective Photography
Point of View Photography

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Contact: mgoldsack@sd35.bc.ca

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