This collection of photographs of monuments and majestic locations around the world represent a good job of framing and lighting to achieve a picture that looks magnificent. The pictures you’ll see are arranged as follows: the first photo of the monument or landmark but instead viewed from above. Below is the classic view of the monument you can see on any postcard (excellent photography, good lighting, etc.)
A change in perspective can change a lot the vision we have of a particular monument. This applies to photography as anything else in life. Brandenburg Gate and the pyramids of Giza, for example, are majestic when they are framed in the right way, but its grandeur becomes mundane when they are not the focus Central.
This gallery shows how photography can be tricky. You might imagine that the Taj Mahal is surrounded by pristine gardens you because it has always been photographed from the same angle. However, the amount of trash behind him tells another story. Anyone who has not been to Niagara Falls might think you are surrounded by a beautiful forest. But not, as you’ll see below. course, not all these pictures will reduce the greatness of landmarks. The Acropolis, the Arc de Triomphe and the Central Park of the City of New York do not lose their greatness in their second photos.