A normal shot taken from eye level
This is a high angle shot. It makes the people in the crowd appear smaller.
Here is a low angle shot. When a picture is taken from a lower point in will make the object seem larger or taller.
This shot I had taken from below this replica fishing houses down on the Sea Wall at Stanley Park. As you can see it looks quite tall and large, The sky rise in the back ground has the camera angle taken from under the bottom left corner making everything look taller and larger. Below you can see the actual height of the fishing house.
In the above photo, you can see another camera angle. You can see the actual height of the replica beside the guy looking at it. Although the buildings in the back ground are the same size as the fishing house.