@chasingalexanderjames Stephanie said: Oh, wow! Thank you so much! LOVE LOVE LOVE Camera Mama! So, in terms of editing what I did was pull down highlights, up shadows, clarity, and contrast. That combo seems to help black and whites pop.
@amanda_eskridge Amanda said: I wait until the last 10-20 minutes before sunset; it’s just so beautiful at that time. I like to get lower to the ground and let the light enter the top of my lens. I spot meter
@wildgarlicphotography Erinn said: I was at ISO100, f5.6, 50mm. I used a tripod and set my timer at 9 frames, 2 seconds apart (me running to the couch was part of the fun!). I told everyone that it would be
@evelynleigh_photo Teresa said: The inspiration for the shot is from the amazing @jordi.koaliticI shot through the bottom of a plastic flower pot that I had glued soil around. Lens was Sigma 20mm. Thanks again for the feature! 💛 Tip of
@keamenabar Katie said: I took this shot of my kids drawing on the glass sliding door. The big thing with this was the angle from which I took the shot. I actually walked around a lot until I got the
@kimhaunphotography Kim said: Thank you so much for this feature! I’ve always loved reflections, but other times when I’ve tried a window reflection at my home, I didn’t like seeing the reflection of other houses and/or my fence. So, to