Week 31 : Bugs Eye View

I love to try new perspectives! This one is especially good if you get it right. You can capture a new part of the story and grab some of those down low details you might not otherwise think about. Now most images are taken at eye level. A change of view can dramatically impact the depth of a photograph, helping bring it to life. If you get low to the ground try to capture some interesting foreground in your composition. Another change would be to try getting low and angling your camera up, for that “bug’s eye view”. Be curious enough to wonder if your composition could be improved if you were to move to the side, or adjust your angle, focal length, or position. This can lead to unique and powerful images.

Now check out how this amazing group interpreted this weeks theme!

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Shannon Jones Douglas

Shannon Jones Douglas

Lola Vargas

Lola Vargas

Laura Parente

Laura Parente

Anela Holck Deisler

Anela Holck Deisler

Stephanie Granger

Stephanie Granger

Jen Bullied

Jen Bullied

Jen Bullied

Jen Bullied

Lola Vargas

Lola Vargas

Jacquelyn Marie

Jacquelyn Marie

Sarah Schlägel

Sarah Schlägel

Jill Koskelin

Jill Koskelin

Cheryl Hutchison

Cheryl Hutchison

Jill Wagner

Jill Wagner

Rachel Harris Colby

Rachel Harris Colby

Katie Allison

Katie Allison

Laura Parente

Laura Parente

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