Tip #30: Try All Different Angles
Let's start talking a little about composition.
Digital cameras have provided us the opportunity to take many, many photos and then look at them later to decide what we want to keep and what gets discarded. Use this ability, which would have been very, very expensive with film, to shoot all of the different angles of a scene. Start by taking the scene horizontally, then try vertical, then try low, then try looking down on the scene, and then try zooming into different focal points. Other options include moving so the angle of the light changes or changing your aperture so the depth of field effect might be different.
You might be surprised which versions you like in post processing.
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