@kristcx Kristen said: When I want to get a good sun flare I love to use tree branches to get it. I use a more narrow aperture (this was taken at f/7.1) and let the sun hit just the edge
@sandra_laurenm Sandra said: Thank you SO VERY MUCH for the feature! I took this in my driveway with tons of Halloween decorations in the background, so I had to zoom in. I love backlit images, so I took this about
@nicholettat Nicole said: For black and white conversions, you want to make sure you have a photo that is good to convert in the first place. I knew the water would look pretty in bw, and that there was enough
@thefocustreephotography They said: I actually under exposed this shot quite a bit. I used SMAL 4 cranked up the shadows, boosted the saturation, and warmed it up a bit. I took this shot with my Canon 5d Mark 4, Sigma
@candace_gleason_photography Candace said: For this image, I used my fisheye lens and got down low in the sand. I placed a stick where I needed her to leap so I could shoot her at her highest point in the air.
@wildlingphotos Debra said: I took two photos…one around noon when the light was casting shadows, then a second of my kids hugging later in the day when brother was home from school. I laid the shadow photo over the hugging