Yup, see post #48:or private one. If you turn into the crosswind, and that crosswind component is strong enough, that turn may well be barely over 180°, and even if it is quite low, it will still reduce the size of the turn.
The 60 degree bank that I use also includes significant nose down attitude. It is useful when departing on runway heading. Where it is acceptable, I turn about 15 degrees downwind just after liftoff.
We have discussed this at length in another thread; full details of various techniques can be read there.
Key message: practice extensively at altitude, then work down lower. Seeing nothing but ground in the windshield in the turn can be disconcerting unless you have experience at low level aerobatics.