@yana_kiesau Yana said: I photographed this with my 35mm lens. For this shot, I was lying on my back on the ground. I took a piece of glass out of an 8×10 in picture frame and arranged spaghetti on it.
@forestandfieldphotography Lindsay said: I always use my 85 for my window shots so I can get some compression (cuts down on the extra noise a bit from the reflection). I set my camera on a tripod outside and used my
@edhetheringtonphotography Ed said: The lens was Canon 16-35 f/2.8L II and I was lying on the ground under the swing (it’s a pretty high swing). I sat on this image for a while not knowing how the process it. I
@luv_luluuu Lu said: This shot was inspired by the tic-tac-toe type of images that I saw a lot in food/still life photography. It was a simple composite. I first drew the grid with a chalk and set up everything other
@kristcx Kristen said: It occurred to me that this is my last year with this little guy in tow with me for school pickup so I decided to throw on my 15mm and capture the moment. I’ll admit it’s not
@danawalton Dana said: I am always drawn to the “from above” point of view. When not using my iPhone, I might use my 14mm for this pov, but with the DSLR, I wasn’t able to a) get high enough to