At the Dentist:
My dentist is amazing. They have all the high tech tools and it makes going to the dentist almost fun! So here is my view from the chair.
Here they are: Atlanta Smiles
Selected as a 52 Pick Photo!
This week we are shooting through things! This can be a 'frame within a frame' type of photo. For example shooting through a window or door, showing us both the window frame and the view within it. However, there are many different types of things that you can shoot through, don't just think square or rectangle. Consider for example photographing a bird through branches, the view from the inside of a washing machine or oven, or the landscape through a tunnel, cave or barb wire. Shooting through something is an amazing composition tool that allows you to accomplish several things. You direct the the viewer's eye towards a specific point, and also add more dimension and depth to your photo. Interest in the foreground of your photo will give more context and/or can be used to tell a story. This is also an opportunity to get really creative and shoot through things such as a waterglass, copper pipe, fabric or a plastic bag. You can even make a mirror prism and shoot through that.