Please use this thread to post your pictures for assignment #7 -- Perspective. Have fun with it!!
Focal Length: 17mm
My first time posting a pictures in an assignment so go easy on me
canon 20d with 18-55mm kit lens
hightlights are badly blown (guess i should have participated in the exposure lesson)
Going down steps from a dogs view. (our poor house is in various stages of remodel and the sides of the steps aren't finished yet, please ignore!)
Canon Rebel XT
Focal Length 37
I could not get a faster ss speed.
Mexican Fast Food from the perspective of a trash can. The exposure bugs me a little, but the histogram is decent. You should have seen the looks I got when I set up and shot :P.
Canon Rebel XTi
Shutter Speed: 1/20
Aperture: F 5.0
Focal Length: 42 mm
Flash Not Fired
I didn't have alot of time this week to do this assignment. Now it's raining all weekend, so I'm still in the house taking pictures.
I wondered what Abby thinks when she looks up at Molly so I layed on the floor like she does underneath Molly.
Canon Rebel XT
ISO - 100
focal length - 22mm
"Looking up from Abby's view"
This is from the perspective of a squirrel that Ginger chased up a tree.
P&S on portrait/landscape
AV f 5.6
Ginger Owns Mark & Lisa
A leaky faucet's view of a dog bowl
Linda and Zoë, the Umlaut
This picture is of Belle's view of food on the kitchen counter. I know this picture is a bit busy but it doesn't matter if it is from something's perspective does it? I don't know why all this food was on the counter, it must of been left from lunch, somebody forgot to put it away.
P&S camera using portrait setting
A mouse's view of a mousetrap.
Pat from S.E. Pa
Abby - CGC
Jack - OCP (official couch potato)