Finding His Subjects Composing Visual Elements Framing Angle of View Light Quality
 
Angle of View

Angle of view is the position from where the photographer took the picture. A photographer can point the camera from below, above, or straight at an object. In other artistic media, this is often called point of view. When looking for subjects, especially in nature, a photographer often shifts the angle of view to make interesting images. Angle of view can also express emotion or mood. It can give the viewer a sense of being small if looking up, or a sense of being big if looking down.

These pictures show students photographing from different angles.

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Composing a Subject Expression Through Color The Place No One Knew
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2002 Amon Carter Museum