@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
@staceybrandonphotography Stacey said: This is an old train depot in our town (no trains actually go out of there so it’s totally safe to shoot there). I got down as low on the tracks as I could to really capture
@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.
@mar_laza Mar said: I shot this whith my 50 mm lens at 1.8, shutter 1/1000 and ISO 200. I underexposed a little to get the details of the sky. I processed in Lightroom, I added some warmth and I made
@julia_crim Julia said: I love trying to find different perspectives to shoot from. For this shot I was using my 15mm fisheye lens and laying on the ground under my daughter shooting up. My settings were f/5.6, ISO400, 1/125s. The
@mycapturedlife_photoblog Shelley said: I stood on the bed and set my settings and focus while just the kids were in bed, then handed it over to my partner to click the shutter. It was shot with a 24mm lens which