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AIM Manufacturing Videos and virtual factory tours

AIM Manufacturing Videos and virtual factory tours

Good Directions - Market leaders designing and manufacturing ext American Journeys: Eyewitness Accounts of Early American Explora Get a New Perspective By Getting High… with your Camera A Post By: Darren Rowse Regular readers of DPS will know of my love for shooting from down low to get an image that emphasizes the height of subjects. I love the way shooting from ground level creates wonderful foregrounds and puts a completely new perspective of familiar scenes. In addition to this it’s great for photographing children, pets and wildlife as it really puts you on their level and helps you enter their world. However photography is a wonderful thing because sometimes it’s when you go to extremes that you can get the best shots. Here are six reasons why shooting from up high can be something worth considering: flattens objects – shooting down on a scene tends to flatten it out. shadows – I love shooting from up high at the start or end of a day when shadows are at their longest. Do you use this technique?

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