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Get A New Perspective: Top High-Angle Photography Tips

This week, the COOPH photographers explored the freezing city of Salzburg from a different point of view, because sometimes you just need a change of perspective.

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The easiest and quickest way to give your photography a bit of a twist is to add some height into the equation and that's exactly what the COOPH team have been doing. 

 

Bridge photographed from a height

 

Armed with a camera and a boom pole, they headed out to explore the city of Salzburg to see how many different angles they could capture just by adjusting their height. 

 

Statue photographed from a height

 

Featured in the tutorial are bridges, buildings, statues, parks, road markings and they even use hyper-lapse photography to add movement to their shots from a height. Quite a few of the images use lines, shapes and patterns as these elements help produce a really strong abstract feel but really, your only limit is your own imagination. 

 

Road Markings photographed from a height

 

What have you captured from a height? Show us your results over in the Gallery

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