Low angle shots give us a different view on the world. Most of our lives are spent well above ground level and by the time we are teenagers we rarely spend much time down low any more. Yet there is a whole world down there!
Martin Gommel is a photographer on Flickr that I’ve been admiring for a while. Martin also has a blog called KWERFELDEIN (German) and has generously offered to to translate one of his photography articles for Digital Photography School.
Muitas pessoas tem verdadeiro fascínio por este tipo de fotografia e também pelos locais que retratam. Na verdade se tornou motivo de culto de exploradores urbanos que nos finais de semana mergulham no mundo sombrio de locais abandonados.
By Hélio Dias. I have lost count of how many times I’ve came home and regretted not having done something to get better pictures when I was traveling. Luckily, each time that happened I learned from my mistakes.
This article was written by Andrew S Gibson, the author of Understanding Lenses: Part I, and is the second in a series of lessons about camera lenses. You can read the first article link to first article here.
Here at DPS we are always on the look out for photographic techniques that are pushing the boundaries of the medium. This week I’m excited to highlight Stoffel De Roover as he gives us a window into the amazing world of “Smoke Art Photography”.