@jessicasniderphotography Jessica said: I shot this as the sun was going down outside of my studio. My husband and I placed our phones propped in the book to shine on their faces. This was the one shot I got before
@jamieeilts Jamie said: I’m no expert at freelensing but I have found a few tips that make it easier. First, I use my cheap 50/1.8 (Canon) because it’s very light and easy to hold. I set up my shot and
@jamieeilts Jamie said: Capturing the steam was a learning experience for me! What I learned was that you need a dark background, a strong light source nearby (window to the left for me), and something BOILING hot in the cup/bowl.
@this_chaotic_life Meredith said: I took this of my friend in her kitchen. The idea was to do a lifestyle family shoot at their house and nearby pier (to let me practice), but when I got there she said that we
@megann_robinson Megann said: It was just getting dark when I took these photos. My aperture was as wide as possible at f/2 and my ISO was between 500-800. I exposed for their skin although I did brighten them a bit
@thekelleyfam Jessica said: This was shot on a cloudy day, but the sun was peeking through the clouds to her right. I deepened the image by increasing the gamma, added a little red hue to tone down the greens, and