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Yes,it takes only two steps forward ( or backwards or to the left or right) to change the perspective in a scene. The frame changes with camera going near or away from the subject. A fixed focal length lens is an excellent teacher. A zoom lens may change the angle of view but fixed lens will change the perspective.

That’s why it is said ‘ best zoom lens is your legs’. Use them more frequently instead of rotating wrist on the lens.

It is all about exploring by changing the view point or point of view.

A good photograph is knowing where to stand -Ansel Adams



“If your pictures aren’t good enough, you aren’t close enough.” Robert Capa

Also see: 

Exploration- key to composition 

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