A Collection of Low to the Ground Images

A Collection of Low to the Ground Images

Creating an original image can sometimes be challenging. One of the best ways to do it is to change up your camera angle or perspective. Getting up high and looking down is one method, another is crawling around in the dirt to get a worm’s eye view. As you can imagine the name comes from approximating the view a worm would have from his angle on the ground.

Being low to the ground will set your images apart because the average person doesn’t see that way, or take photos from down there. It can also mean looking straight up. Here are some worm’s eye view images to give you some ideas:

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