As photographers even in Second Life we forget that there’s much to see over our heads and sometimes under our noses. This trick works with models, objects, and especially with outdoor and large build photography. Finding myself at a location with a large build, I wanted a unique photo of this cathedral that had sunlight beaming down onto the alter. So I looked up and found where the light was coming from and used that as my focal point.
Then I took another shot from the window looking down towards the alter.
Outside the cathedral I also used the same method of vertical shooting to capture images of this enormous build.
So instead of taking photos of straight on builds, objects, and models, try experimenting with your SL camera controls to see how high and how low you can capture the image!