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HOW TO DO EYE-LEVEL PHOTOGRAPHY :: PHOTO ASSIGNMENTS #3

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Another Monday – that means Photo Assignments! This challenge involves eye-level photography. We’ve talked about creating drama with perspectives using low angle photography so in this video we will continue with that theme shooting eye-level.

Eye level is defined most obviously in portraits. The relationship between the photographer and the subject is extremely important in the success of a good photograph. In this tutorial I will show you how to achieve this.

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20 thoughts on “HOW TO DO EYE-LEVEL PHOTOGRAPHY :: PHOTO ASSIGNMENTS #3

  1. I have my photos shot for this assignment, I just can't figure where on the internet to put them and I haven't the smoggiest how other people and Mr. Forbes know how to access them.

  2. I am learning so much, thank you for making these videos. I don't have a DSLR yet so I got a huge youtube playlist in case I forget about this stuff later 🙂 greetings from México.

  3. I once again truely enjoyed this video, as I said before, always this little treats, filled with inspiration… looking forward to getting started with assignment 3 (yeah, it's been a crazy week) but thank you Ted for another great video

  4. Ted, your are great! Thank you very much for your wonderful Videos. You have a very pleasant way of getting your message to the viewer. I am learning a lot through your Videos.

    Cheers, from Germany

  5. That's the most valuable show on YT Ted! Awesome! I'm watching the past episodes and It's soo good 🙂 You've basically taught me to home develop film and enlarge prints recently 🙂 And I'm glad you dropped the funky glasses through the years 😉 Keep it up!

  6. Hi Ted, in min 11 you've shown William Klein's kids with a gun but somehow you presented the photo as Erwitt's. Regardless of that I love your channel, great work the one you're creating.

  7. Hi Ted,

    I don't think I'm going to participate in the assignment, but it was really interesting to see the effect of angle and distance in portraits. The thing that I always like the most in your videos is the example photos, not only they convey the concept clearly but they are gorgeous. The later being something that I don't see a lot in educational resources and that makes a world of difference to me.

    Thanks!

  8. I'm loving these assignments, but you only showed us street scenes and portraits, Ted. I was able to adapt low-angle to my landscape propensity so easily. This one is going to be a challenge. Anyone have advice for other subject matter at eye-level? @Ted Forbes …

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