Most photography has with one thing in common...
all the photos are taken at eye height.
But if you want to give your portraits a new look consider mixing up your shooting height.
In this video Gavin Hoey shows you how getting down low or higher up then your model can radically change the look and emphasis of a portrait.
Low level shots can change the background and emphasize the foreground and high shots can be framed to completely remove the background that you see when shooting at eye height.
After Gavin has shared his shooting tips he goes on to try out all three shooting heights while taking portraits in a field of flowers.