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This is eye level point of view looking down the corridor, the shutter speed was on 1/80, iso on 1600 and f number of 5.6. I like the perspective of the corridor.

This is eye level point of view looking down the corridor, the shutter speed was on 1/80, iso on 1600 and f number of 5.6. I like the perspective of the corridor.

This is a birds eye point of view taken from the top of a flight of stairs. I put the iso on 1600, the shutter speed on 1/80 to let in more light and an aperture of f/5.6.

This is a birds eye point of view taken from the top of a flight of stairs. I put the iso on 1600, the shutter speed on 1/80 to let in more light and an aperture of f/5.6.

This is a worm point of view. This in on a bench facing forwards, the background is out of focus but the front is very crisp with detail. This is also a shallow depth of field.

This is a worm point of view. This in on a bench facing forwards, the background is out of focus but the front is very crisp with detail. This is also a shallow depth of field.

i love this image! i think for me to recreate this i could project onto a surface and reflect it in different shaped mirrors. I'm not sure it would quite have the same effect but this would look amazing. spoon by Manfred on Fotoblur | Abstract Photography

i love this image! i think for me to recreate this i could project onto a surface and reflect it in different shaped mirrors. I'm not sure it would quite have the same effect but this would look amazing. spoon by Manfred on Fotoblur | Abstract Photography

Understanding ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed. LOVE this tutorial! She explains the balance perfectly!

Understanding ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed. LOVE this tutorial! She explains the balance perfectly!

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