Wednesday, March 10, 2010

How To Get Good Pictures - Camera Angle


Camera Angles:-
1. High Angle
2. Low Angle
3. Distance to subject


High angle: Placing the camera above the subject gives the viewer the feeling that the subject is small or diminutive. The viewer is "looking down" on the subject.

Low angle: In relation to subject placing the camera lower than the subject gives the feeling that the subject is tall or powerful. The viewer is "looking up" to the subject. (For example: a king, president or respected elder).

Distance to subject: If the subject is farther away, they appear smaller and also of less importance. Similarly, if the subject is closer to the camera, the subject is bigger in the photo and seems more important. Closer brings out detail - the viewer can see the person's face and expressions.



The best place to put the camera for a neutral feeling about the subject is at their eye level.



Reference: http://photoinf.com/General/ITRC_UMT/Composition_Basics_-_How_to_Get_Good_Pictures/Camera_Angle.htm

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