This squirrel is very optimistic that it will get some food in the snow today
This week we were challenged to take photos with perspective in mind. We were to use 2 small items and one large item and change the distance of the small items in relationship to the lens/large item. The subject is some very old china that belonged to my husband’s great grandmother. I decided to use the nifty-fifty lens at f1.8 and tried to keep my body/camera in the same location with each picture. I used my light tent with a black background to decrease surrounding clutter. I think my favorite is #4. I like the staggered arrangement of the items. I learned that I love this little lens, working with a black background can be challenging, and if you have more than 1 item in the photo, try different arrangements.
Here are two examples that I took in the past couple of months. White flowers can be challenging at times depending on the lighting you are working with.