Ansel Adams shot a lot of his landscape photos from a platform he built on top of his car. Can you guess why he did this?
He did it to add more depth to his landscapes and create a better overlook of the foreground.
We’re so accustomed to viewing a landscape at eye level, that sometimes when you raise that point of view just a little bit, you’ll get a new perspective and a new emotion. [Read more…] about Sometimes the view is better from above