Tuesday, April 7, 2009
I am really loving my dog park photos right now. I still haven't been up as often as I'd like, but when I do go the light is pretty good for the camera. (Since I can't change my shutter and aperture, I rely solely on film speed to help make the correct exposure.) I discovered something new the other day...as the dogs were jumping repeatedly for a stick, I shot from underneath them. This was an interesting experiment, I am going to try that again. Typically, my perspectives are from birds eye view (directly overhead) or down low, a dogs perspective. But shooting UP...now, that's something like the dogs perspective with a twist. Why didn't I think of this before??