Welcome back to another challenge Thursday. Today we are looking at our photos again. What I want to focus on is taking photos with different perspectives. You can achieve this look in a variety of ways. For example, a person can change how they normally take the picture (straight on) to capturing their shot by simply getting up high or down low. Another idea is to utilize the “lines” of a building, floor, bridge, fence, etc. to provide a more dramatic look. Also, don’t be afraid of getting in real close or even angling your camera.
Another way to help you achieve these looks, and something we all do as digital scrapbookers, is to use our scrapbooking programs to edit and crop. Sometimes simply cropping our photos in closer can give us exactly what we need to achieve a more expressive photo.
Here is what I am asking you to do, go out and take your photo(s) from a different perspective. OR digitally alter your photos to make a “good” photo into a “breathtaking” photo. Once you do that, scrap your photo(s) for us to see.
Perspective Sample Layout
Here is my layout utilizing Trixie Scraps kit, Change Your Fate. I opted to take a photo with the lines of a bridge and then cropped it down to focus more on those lines. I used a big photo with very little embellishment so as to spotlight the photo… the embellishments are just an supplement on the layout.
Remember to upload any layouts you do with more than 80% Trixie Scraps products to the Trixie Scraps gallery so you can be a Show Off and get a little prize for doing so.
Have a great rest of your week!