Travel Photography Tip #2: Work Your Angles
365.86/ Travel Photography Tip #2: Work Your Angles, a photo by jeremyvillasis on Flickr.
Famous landmarks are quite challenging to take photos of as you don’t want to end up having the same “postcard” shot by everyone who has been there. There’s nothing wrong with that, but a fresh perspective is always a welcome treat.
These well-known monuments offer a myriad of views from different angles that will allow you to express certain qualities of the structure. So, move around. Aim high or aim low. Have a little more fun by including other elements on the street that complement the main subject.
In this photo: The twin towers of Petronas in Kuala Lumpur.