Tuesday Tips - Types of Shots (And What they Say.) Part 1 Camera angles and proximity really do convey a lot of information to your audience. Knowingly or unknowingly, your choices affect the viewers. What do you want them to feel or think at a specific moment? http://grizandnorm.tumblr.com/
I like the angle of that shot. A photographer captured not only the girl on the front but also an emotin on the girl's face on the background. It is a good example hor to get a good shots of everyone who is in the picture.
Pinhole Photography by Scott Speck // A pinhole camera has no lens, and pinhole photography is therefore a type of lensless photography. Instead of the light entering the camera through a lens, it enters through a small circular hole (a fraction of a millimeter in diameter) to strike the film and thereby create the exposure.