Low angle gave the challenge of getting to a lower stance than normal for shooting. While not great on the back it keeps off the standard angle of shooting things for a different look. We had some great photos this week from street shooting to landscapes and you did great!

Winners this week were chosen by Scott and Toby.

You can find all the past challenges on the PRTV page along with next week’s challenge #prtv_highangle. After going down low for shots it’s time to get a bit higher angle on things. To enter post your photos on Instagram before noon next Friday with the tags #prtv and #prtv_highangle.

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And the team!
Toby – Photorectoby Scott – photoscott88 Roy – RoyMcKeeIII

Scott’s Winner:

Somewhere up in the mountain 7•9•16

A photo posted by Edgar (@insta.gram.ed) on

I love the way the angles of the antennas lead you to the centre, this is where the low angle perspective makes an image more interesting – great job

Scott’s Honorable Mentions:

#prtv #prtv_lowangle #boardwalk #sunset

A photo posted by @kyliepalombaa on

I love the scene, the app texture and the leading lines.

I low the capture of daily life from a low perspective. The cyclist really adds a lot to this image.

Toby’s Winner:

The black and white treatment here really draws attention to the fantastic texture of the translucent petals.  Love the low angle that further allows the look UP through the petals.

Toby’s Honorable Mentions:

#mushroom #mushrooms #prtv #forrest #phonepic #samsung #samsungs7edge #lowangle #prtv_lowangle

A photo posted by Erwin Hollmann (@erwin_hollmann) on

Just a nice forest scene that really highlights the underside of the mushroom from the low angle.

Nice framing and balance with the horse in the empty space.

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 Way back in March we spent a few nights at the awesome #aurorabear yurt run by @frankstelges If you want to hang out at the coolest yurt while watching #auroraborealis reach out to him!! While waiting for the aurora to show up I ran the 80D in time-lapse mode and then stacked it all in #starstax which answers the question - what's it look like when you shoot the stars AND the full moon and StarStax it all. Captured with the #Canon #80D and 24mm f/2.8 lens. (Note - the 80D ran for 3 hours in near zero temps on one battery!)
 Left to Right - Mahtotopa Mountain(8,671 ft), Little Chief Mountain (9,514 ft), Citadel Mountain (9,035 ft) - as seen from Going-To-The-Sun Point #GlacierNP is awesome even if #loganpass is closed! I could tell you when it will open but we were sworn to secrecy :) #mckaylive
 Ponte Fabricio - one of many sweet bridges crossing the river Tiber.


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