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Simple tips for taking striking photographs by varying position and angle
Positioning yourself appropriately while taking photographs is the key ingredient for taking extraordinary pictures of ordinary subjects. Move around the subject as well as look at the subject by changing the distance to add professional flair to your photography.

Here are a few tips to change your position as well as to locate the subject on the screen. These tips will allow making a choice in capturing the subject exactly in the way you want.

First, if the size of the subject allows you get it to the eye level, go for it and try the camera tilts to change the angles to get the best view before clicking. At times it may make you to sit down or lie on you on your stomach, but do give it a try.

Secondly, create length for your subject by varying the distance between yourself and your subject or trying a low angle shot. This provides an option for deciding how tall you wish your subject to appear in the photograph.

Thirdly, you may try to change the background or foreground for your subject by viewing it by moving around it in a circle. Also, it times, putting the subject off the centre, you can include something interesting opposite the subject.

Try these simple tips to make your pictures interesting. With some experimentation and practice you may be able to get interesting pictures of your subjects both animate and inanimate. The inset picture shows the same plant with change position and making the camera angle low.

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