Photography Tip: Go Low
Photography tip: shoot high or shoot low, but don’t shoot for average!
Often one of the best things you can do to get a good photo is to get your knees dirty. This is shot of a cheap resin cherub sculpture that sits beside my steps. It has some dirt clinging to it, but that actually makes it look more stone-like than when it was pure white. The sun was casting some neat shadows the day I shot this, but it wasn’t until I knelt on the sidewalk and shot upwards that I liked the way the shadows fell on his face. I got in really tight so that his face filed up most of the frame.