Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #86: Change Your Perspective

This week, Patti invites us to “break the habit of shooting photos at eye-level and change your perspective.”

Often, as we change the perspective, subjects can appear smaller or larger than normal and lines can converge differently. Adding variations will make photos more interesting.

Cairo, Egypt

Lights and lines can help create some interesting perspectives for our photos.

Oculus, NYC

Looking up makes this flag much larger than it is, also as tall as the building:


Getting down and shoot from ground level:


Keeping clicking from different angles to get the perspective you like.

Queensferry Crossing, Scotland

Patti’s Perspective theme gives us opportunities to learn and practice from “a variety of perspectives–by getting down low, by looking up at the subject or looking down, or walking around the subject.”

We are looking forward to seeing your “new” perspectives.


A Special Announcement:  All of us at Lens-Artists are delighted to announce that the March 7th challenge (#87) will be hosted by our special guest host, Miriam Hurdle at The Showers of Blessings   Please be sure to visit Miriam’s site on Saturday, March 7th to view her challenge.  For the rest of March, we’ll follow our usual weekly schedule:

• March 7–Miriam of The Showers of Blessings
• March  14 – Ann-Christine of Leya
• March 21 – Amy of The World is A Book
• March 28– Tina of Travels and Trifles


72 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #86: Change Your Perspective

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  3. Love that third shot with the flag. Photography’s perspective can be quite deceptive as our younger daughter and I found out some years ago when book a hotel in London. The photo made the room look if not spacious, at least not small, whereas in reality it was quite tiny and the bathroom was miniscule. 🙂


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  4. Well done Amy – I see we shared a similar wavelength this week! Next time you’re in NYC you must let me know, maybe our paths will cross! Loved your final image with the photographer showing both your perspective and his!!


  5. These are great. I particularly like the one of Queensferry Crossing. It’s hard enough getting ANY kind of image of such structures, let alone one as striking as this!


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