Getting that angle
Get out of your comfort zone with a new perspective and add massive dynamic to your image by doing the exact opposite of what you have learned before. Stop leveling and start tilting that camera!
Chances are, at some point in your photographic past, you have been struggling to avoid one of the most frowned upon things in image composition: tilted horizons. But what if I told you, in some cases, diagonals are way more interesting? Diagonal leading lines are used to create very dynamic compositions as they suggest movement and draw attention to a specific part of the image. They can lead upwards, downwards, draw your eye to the right or left or direct your view directly to the center of an image. It's all about balance.
Each image is restricted by its height and with. Placing your subject along a diagonal line gives you more space and allows for details to be captured with might have been cut off if the image was captured straightened.
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