Photographer Uses Creative Tricks To Take Amazing Pictures – Design You Trust

Photographer Uses Creative Tricks To Take Amazing Pictures

Photography is all about perspective – the person behind the camera can use their imagination to tell different stories about a subject from a variety of angles. Perspective gives depth to an image and can make a two-dimensional photograph feel like a three-dimensional scene.

There are many methods and tricks that a photographer can use to play with perspective, from shot angle to framing. Barcelona-based photographer Jordi Puig has become adept at using a variety of tools to capture amazing shots, a few of which he has shared on his Instagram account.

Using everyday objects as props, the photographer conjures up some breathtaking scenes. A little bit of creative thinking goes a long way!

More: Jordi Puig, Instagram h/t: boredpanda

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