Amazing Examples of Perspective in Photography

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If you’re looking for a way to make your photographs more interesting and to stand out from the crowd, consider using perspective to your advantage. By changing the angle and perspective from which you are shooting, you can create intriguing compositions that capture the interest of viewers. A completely normal scene can look drastically different and more interesting if you’re able to change the way that the viewer sees the scene.

Some creative examples of perspective in photography will even play tricks with the mind. But not every photo that uses perspective to its advantage will create a drastic change, sometimes it can be subtle. Take a look at the example photos in this showcase and you’ll find plenty of different approaches and possibilities.

One of the great things is that these techniques can be applied in your own work since possibilities are all around us every day. Take some time to look at your surroundings and think about how you could use a change in perspective to create a something interesting. When you’re shooting common scenes and common objects try to think about how you can change the perspective to create a photo that will be much more unique.

20 Amazing Examples of Perspective in Photography

Photo by ZeroOne

20 Amazing Examples of Perspective in Photography

Photo by Paul Bica

20 Amazing Examples of Perspective in Photography

Photo by Paul Bica

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