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FEATURED DESIGN

Photo taken in Hampton Bays on January 15 at 4:54pm, using an iPhone 6s.

DESIGN TIP

Ordinary Perspective
Ordinarily, the majority of photos are taken from the standing position. This is the quickest, most convenient way to take a photo, but the results are often…well…ordinary.

An easy way to improve your photography is to shoot from a more interesting perspective. A favorite of mine is taking photos from a low angle.

iPhonePhotographySchool.com goes over some benefits to shooting from a low angle:

“There are three great reasons to take your photos from a lower angle:

“First, your photos will automatically become more intriguing because they allow the viewer to see the world in a new way.

“Second, by shooting from a lower angle you can show your subject with nothing but the sky in the background. This is a good technique for removing unwanted distractions and making your subject stand out.

“A third benefit of taking photos from a low angle is that you can show interesting details in the foreground that would otherwise be lost…”

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INANE RANT

Watermill’s Windmill…
Watermill’s iconic structure that is seen as you enter the town is, in fact, a windmill…

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