I have acquired the book Basic Perspective Drawing - A Visual Approach by John Montague. This was to further my studies in understanding perspective and how it is perceived by the viewer. This will help me better understand the rules of space and give me a better idea on what kind of camera angles I should use in my work.
Camera angles can make all the difference when it comes to visualizing. A very boring, straight on camera angle can kill off even the most beautiful scene. One must thrive to use very interesting, artistic angles to keep the viewer engaged and feel as if they are watching something new, not copied. Camera angles can give that hint of uniqueness to your work.