TTV photography has a lot to do with perspective. With today’s digital cameras, most of the time we have the camera close up to our eye and looking forward. We move our body and sometimes contort it to get the right shot. A TTV camera blends “old school” cameras with today’s digital cameras. Looking down into the bubble glass finder with a digital camera takes little coordination, but can be challenging finding the right perspective. You find yourself moving this way and that way, or even studying your object before approaching it. I found this to be true with this palmetto on Sullivan’s Island in SC. As I mentioned in my last post , I looked up, only after I got up close to analyze its bark. I found this image far more interesting when I looked up and the palmetto took on a whole new perspective!