One of the easiest ways to add an unusual and personal perspective in your images is something most folks don’t think about. Try shooting at ground level, either on your
stomach or sitting down. It brings you down to the same level as a lot of wildlife but also, as an example, can make a huge difference with landscape images. In this shot, I laid on my stomach and shot this with my 300mm lens, F8 and 1/250 shutter speed. I focused almost half way out to show limited depth, and in actuality, created a sense of depth and serenity combined with the shades of blue and green.