@diabclix Dia said: Thanks for the feature! My settings are: 1/80; f10; ISO 100. It was bright out! And I needed a slower shutter speed to capture the movement so I had to up my f-stop. I had my camera
@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.
@sarahbeirnephotography Sarah said: At first this mama said should I open the screen? And I said hang on let’s take a few through it first- and I’m soooo glad we did! I’m a texture lover- so anytime I have a
@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
@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