Kristi Odom joined Nikon’s elite Ambassador program in May of 2018.
An internationally acclaimed photographer and sought-after
motivational speaker, Kristi travels the world shooting, teaching and
sharing her insights. From destination weddings in Thailand to
conservation projects in the jungles of Borneo, she’s always on the
move, always ready to connect with others.
She has received a Master’s accreditation from WPPI (Wedding and
Portrait Photographers International) and won over 60 international
photography awards. Her recent work has been exhibited twice at the
Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History.
Her web site is: https://www.kristiodomfineart.com/
Low Perspective:Placing the camera low to the ground (October 15, 2019): The idea is to change our normal shooting perspective by shooting images with our cameras close to the ground. This will provide a great opportunity for creative shots. Common objects can appear completely different when taken from a low perspective and can provide new compositional opportunities. Get close and shoot up. Back up and include foreground and foreground objects. Get your tripod close to the ground, or free yourself from your tripod and get down low to the ground with your camera.