3. Keep in overhead: To take a decision we have to be up overhead at an angle of 90 degrees (or about 90 degrees) so we'll shoot. It is taking a dive to the end.
4. Take in low angle: is, as its name implies, the opposite of taking a dive. It is when we get the picture . We have to be below the object to be photographed. It is widely used in monuments, for example, by demonstrating the size and grandeur of the photographed. also alters the perspective, and that is something which we must be vigilant.
5. Take at ground level: to make a single decision we have to be on the floor at the height of the object. It is generally used to photographing small objects. It gives the viewer a vision of the object in general never has.