There’s always another vantage point

While I was at Door’s Open yesterday, I came across this scene that I was very happy to see. This building’s ceiling is very heavily photographed because of its intricate detail and beauty. You can see my post from yesterday where I gave a different take on the ceiling because I intentionally omitted the chandelier, which is often what people like to focus on.

Nikon D800, 1/60sec., f/5.0, ISO 1600, 14mm

Nikon D800, 1/60sec., f/5.0, ISO 1600, 14mm

When I looked at the man laying on the ground below, I thought to myself, now there’s a man who isn’t afraid to experiment and see things from a different point of view. I liked that about him. If you look behind him, there’a another man with a tripod looking straight up. He was in fact waiting for the man on the floor to move out of the way so he could get to the centre spot.

I always encourage people to shoot from different points of views, especially when there are many people taking pictures of the same thing.

That’s how you differentiate yourself.

And that’s how you get noticed!

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