Using Dynamic Angles for Ultra Impact – Free Quick Guide

Good composition is a key aspect of every photo that’s worth looking at. Producing a strong composition, no matter what your subject is, makes for a more interesting photograph.

The popular rules of composition in photography are used frequently for a reason. Applied well, they captivate a viewer’s attention for longer. But they can become a little tired if overused. 

This is why it’s important to keep experimenting with the common composition rules but also implementing other, less-used rules, and that’s where dynamic angles come into play.

In this guide, you will learn how to make use of dynamic angles for ultra-impact in your photos. 

Experimenting with camera angles can add a fresh perspective to your compositions, especially when photographing ordinary subjects.

Here is what’s covered:

  • The importance of understanding composition so you can effectively break the rules
  • Use the space you’re given and fill up that frame with your dynamic angle
  • Utilize the camera format
  • Carefully select your lens focal length
  • Don’t always stand rigid; get down, or get up on something
  • Practice your creative intuition

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Photo Credit: Kevin Landwer-Johan

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