MyPEM Magazine – Vol. 1 Special Edition | April 2014 Vol. 1 Special Edition - PEM An Introduction - Page 13

“Out of the millions, if not billions of photos that are taken each day, most of them are shot from roughly the same vantage point: between five and six feet above the ground. This is the average height of the human body, and since most people shoot photos while standing upright with the camera held at eye level, there is very little or should I call it ‘Normal’ variation in how the images look”.

By varying my vantage point is to give my images a unique look (I presume). We are not used to looking at the world from any other view than from our own eye level, and so any photo that is taken from a drastically different vantage point will inherently appear to be SOMETHING or it just NOTHING.