27. GET HIGH—OR LOW
IN LESSON 14 I offered my Number One rule that beginning photographers need to learn as quickly as they can: Don’t shoot everything at eye level. I presented one example captured by lying flat on the floor of an antique railroad passenger car. Don’t fret if you’re not willing to stoop to conquer your photographic challenges. I have some other tricks up my sleeve. Try out these simple techniques:
My Favorite Thing
You may smile at all the camera-phone photographers who walk around with selfie sticks—but they are actually onto something useful. That selfie stick not only allows them to shoot themselves while avoiding the opportunity ...