Millions of photos are taken from about five feet eight inches (1.75 m) above the ground because that’s the average persons eye line. Whether photographing fine art nudes, boudoir or glamour nudes it pays to look for a different point of view.
Getting down low and looking up can bring a new perspective to images of the nude.
And then of course there is the reverse – getting up high and looking down
But don’t stop there. Walk around your subject. Look for different angles
Even in boudoir photography posing your subject lying and then looking up at the camera straightens the lines of the neck and creates a flattering effect More on Boudoir
Look for light and shadows and if they are not there you can always create your own