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Five foot photography **

Five foot photography is a (derogatory) photography term that suggests that photographers should avoid always shooting from their own eye level or height, and instead experiment with different perspectives and angles to create more dynamic and interesting images. 

Shooting from a low angle can create a sense of drama and power, while shooting from a high angle can make the subject appear smaller or vulnerable. 

Other creative angles and perspectives include tilting the camera, shooting through objects, or shooting from a distance. 

By breaking away from the conventional eye-level viewpoint, photographers can add depth and dimension to their images, create a unique visual style, and evoke a different emotional response from the viewer. 

This approach requires creativity and experimentation, and an openness to seeing the world from different angles and perspectives.

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