Here are two examples of a subject with two different perspectives. I often work my way around my subjects, to make sure that I come back with many different images and sometimes with non-traditional looks. I often “play” with different lighting, depth of field, sharpness, and background etc. until I’m pleased with the results.
For example, the first close-up image of a Halloween Pennant was taken with 400mm telephoto lens with fill-flash technique at f/16. Then I changed my lens to 20mm wide-angle lens and moved as close as the lens would focus (f/14). I also used a fill-flash to give a little highlight to the dragonfly.
The image on the right with wide-angle lens shows the place where a dragonfly lives, whereas the first one is a typical profile shot of the subject.