Robot From Above
TechBrick Robotics prepares their robot for a weekend competition. FIRST Robotics Competition team FRC3941, Absolute Zero Electricity, meets weekly on Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland along with our other teams in the FIRST LEGO League and FIRST Tech Challenge programs. FIRST INSPIRES is one of the leading producers of active STEM professionals. You can learn more at http://techbrick.com
Shot on a Nikon D7500
f 3.5 @ 1/125 second exposure
Focal length: 27mm
Mastered and cropped in Photshop CS
Assignment: I am sure that everyone in our group will agree that one of the fun parts of being a photographer is that we get to observe the world while hiding safely behind our cameras. Our cameras allow us to be both spy and memorykeeper. This week we are going to add vertical height between our cameras and subjects and spy from above! You can shoot a flat lay photo, be inspired by #fromwhereIstand photos, fire up the drone or show us the world from the tallest building in your area. Photos shot from above are often shot straight down with your camera 90 degrees to the ground but there is nothing wrong with a bit of an angle. The rule of thumb though is that the horizon is generally not shown. So add a bit of height creative Framers with a long arm, a selfie-stick, a ladder, stairs, drones or an aeroplane. Do what you have to do to go UP so that you can spy from ABOVE and shoot DOWN!