Project 52: Multiple Perspectives | Week 33

August 18, 2017  •  2 Comments

This week it's "multiple perspectives" for Week 33 of professional pet photography blog circle Project 52. Because of a lot of personal things going on for me, and some business and volunteer work this past week, I didn't have a lot of time to work on this week's images; however, I wanted to make sure to include something as I'm committed to this project on a weekly basis. So, my first image is a different perspective of a spot in our favorite local park. I've photographed Mr. Bojangles here many times. So, in order to get the multiple perspectives for this location, I'm including a past image.

You will notice that the perspective in the this first image is a little different than usual, because I used a 14mm lens which creates a fun distortion effect. This really gives you a different perspective than normal. The next image (from last year, hence the different flowers) was shot with a different lens (and different camera body) and gives you a completely different perspective on the scene. I also shot the image from a different position, which gives you a different perspective, as well.  After you check out multiples perspectives from Rochelle from Dark Sapphire Pet Photography, Nelson, New Zealand, head around the rest of the blog circle until you end up back here.

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Comments

Darlene(non-registered)
Mr. Bojangles was a rockstar again this week! Love this location ... that rock is awesome! Great job as the 2 perspectives are so very different! Love the first image at 14mm - clouds are gorgeous and Mr. Bojangles looks like a king!
Jodie Pholi(non-registered)
I really love that first image, great comparison of different perspectives.
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