Use the lines on your viewfinder frame to decide on eye level in your view, which is called siting the image. Know whether you are looking down, and try to know how much: a little, some, more? If you are sitting in a chair, sit on a stool and see the difference, then stand up and see more of a difference. You can even stand on your chair and look down for a bird's eye view.
From a bird's-eye view to a fly on the wall, the way you look at your arrangement will determine how it looks on the page.
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