Now, I want you to focus on your point-of-view. As beginner photographers, it’s hard to not be in the trap of: stand, hold the camera to your face, and take an image. Rather, I want you to learn how your viewpoint is changed when you move.
Think about how other things in the world, see the world. For example: what does an ant see? How about a bird? They are surprisingly different viewpoints, and create unique composition and tensions in our photography.
Some examples of POV (point-of-view) photography:
Take a photograph that features a unique POV (point-of-view). Utilize your skills in lighting, composition and cropping. This photograph is due (and will be critiqued by the class) Friday, April 13th.