For this exercise, the task was to go out and shoot some locations from the user's point of view. I found this quite an interesting exercise, as I would tend to naturally go for the most artistic point of view, and this is rarely the user's point of view. I took two shots, and I thought I would play with the brief a little, so not only did I photograph a golf course as suggested, I thought I'd shoot a car as this was a bit different.
Now above I have a shot of a golf course. Suggested in the exercise was photographing from the tee, but I felt this left the shot lacking in details, with a golf course being so vast, most tees have very little to draw the eye around them (on this particular course anyway). So I decided to photograph from completely the opposite side and chose a shot from the green, containing the flag as detail.
This was my different shot. I decided a car would be very interesting, as it is something we are all familiar with, and it has a quite obvious user point of view. I chose to photograph slightly further to the left than the drivers usual point of view, to get more of their looking out of the windscreen perspective, rather than a shot of the side of the car and in front of the driver.
These pictures certainly connect with the viewer. As I can associate with the views in the images with my own experiences it certainly makes a viewer feel more attached. Photographing from the viewer's point of view should definitely be used to help advertise a building or location as this feeling of a personal connection certainly would help sell a location