Look up and see things from a different perspective

by Douglas Hoffman on January 17, 2014

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One of the things we teach in our workshops is to think as an individual and create compositions that are unique and different. When walking through the forest the majority of people look straight ahead and enjoy being in nature. However a few take the time to look from different angles.  In this image a fish eye lens was used.  When looking up into the forest the wide angle creates an expansive view. The curve in the trees is a result of the fisheye lens and adds some uniqueness or style.