Most photographs are made from the standing height of an adult human being. As a result, lots of pictures tend to look alike. If you change the camera position to something lower or higher than this, your pictures will stand out from the rest.
|From standing height looking down|
Start by moving your camera to the level of your shoe tops.
|From the ground below looking up|
Shot without looking through the camera
Then try getting your camera higher than your head, usually by standing on a chair or the side of a mountain.
|From the level of the waterfall|
|From above the waterfall looking down|
To learn this and other techniques to strengthen your compositions, check out my Better Photo Composition
class beginning February 1, 2018, in Missoula, Montana. Click here to register online.