EosWorld SG 9:11am, 23 January 2013
When shooting travels and landscapes, using different perspectives can still work in your photography. Getting away from eye level photography is one of the ways to capture new looks.

Take the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy for example, instead of simply shooting it from a distance which tourists would usually do, you could try finding a higher vantage point to shoot from or even have someone lie down on the ground with his or her legs lifted up, pretending to support the tower. Although this is a form of forced perspective, it still requires a certain amount of creativity to achieve.

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