[MIUI Photography Classroom L9] DIY Home Studio Shoot Part 2

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    Sajal Hossain
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    DIY Home Studio Shoot
    Part 2
     
    I am back with part 2 of my tutorial to share with our users how to position your mobile phone (Camera) to achieve various perspectives of photography using the same object.
     
    I will be sharing with users 3 basic perspective shoot in this tutorial using the same figure in the same position.
    These perspective shots are :
    1.      Frontal Shot
    2.      Top – Down Shot
    3.      Bottom – Up Shot
     
    Here are my tools & logistical requirement
    1.      1 X Xiaomi Mi3 or any capturing device
    2.      1 X Lightweight Tripod With Mobile Phone Holder
    3.      2 X Single Colour Backing
    4.      1 X Object ( For Me, That is my Optimus PrimeFigure)
    5.      2 X User Manning The Camera
    6.      Natural Day Lighting Condition (Sunlight)
     
    The Frontal Shot
    The frontal shot is where the lens of the capturing device is being placed in parallel with the object. The photo resulting from this shotis similar to what a normal person would see when standing or sitting straight up and looking straight at a specific object. This is where the whole object is in focus of the user’s sight giving it a equal and balanced feel.
    (Here’s Looking Straight At You)
     
     
    The Top-Down Shot
    The top-down shot is where the lens of the capturing device is being placed above the object. The photo resulting from this shot gives the user a perspective similar to that of an aerial view of the object. This is where the top of the object is heavier in focus as compared to the bottom of the object.
    (A Bird’s Eye View of Things)
     
    The Bottom-Up Shot
    The bottom-up shot is where the lens of the capturing device is being placed below the object. The photo resulting from this shot gives the user a perspective similar to that of looking at plane flying across the sky or watching a full on a clear night sky. This is where the bottom of the object is heavier in focus as compared to the top of the object.
    (A Majestic and Gigantic Look Of Things)
    I hope by sharing these tutorials with our shutterbugs here, I hope to see more interesting and better photos to come. So Shutter bugs, start your shuttering.
     
    Here are some samples photos which I had took.

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