Over the last six months I’ve been experimenting with holding my camera, fitted with a 10mm lens, low down by my side and taking photos of people as I walk by them. Most of the time, shooting this way leads to failed images, but every now and again I get an interesting shot.
One of the reason why I’ve been shooting this way is to not only to get a different perspective and angle but also to get higher things into the frame. I wanted to do this because I noticed that a lot of my shots were shot from the same height, straight on, and they were starting to look a bit stale.
I’ve also been experimenting with holding my camera as high above my head as I can, as well, and I’ll post some of those shots at a later date.