I've always been looking for new ways to capture moments. That's why, whenever I'm presented with a new project to work on I always strive to 'shoot from a different angle.' To me, this idea is symbolized by a more creative way of looking at things – no matter how mundane it might seem at first glance, there's a unique angle to explore.
For me, experimenting with perspective is key to capturing something special. I'm constantly looking for new and unexpected ways to photograph a particular subject. This can be achieved by physically changing the angle of the camera and zooming in, or by playing around with angles and shooting from interesting or unusual angles. I also like to think about the lighting and the environment I'm in and consider how that can be used to shape the photo further.
Whenever I'm outside, I'm mindful of finding new angles and ways to capture wild beauty. I'm always experimenting with brave new ways to bring a fresh perspective to nature photography. When I'm indoors, I like to work with interesting architecture and the light within the space to capture the unique elements of the environment.
Of course, shooting from a different angle isn't just limited to the real world. In post-production, photographers can 'shift angles' through perspective distortion tools and warp effects like wide-angle and fisheye lenses – a great way to create unique visuals and achieve truly unique 'shifts' in perspective.
Ultimately, I'm always looking to 'shoot from a different angle' – it's part of my philosophy when taking photographs. By pushing boundaries, opening up to new concepts, and thinking about things in a new way, I strive to capture moments in a way that captures the eye and the heart.
Any questions you might have, I will happily answer them!