@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
@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