Saturday, November 27, 2010

D-330 Point of View

The daily shoot:
#ds377 Go for an unusual point of view and make a photograph that can only be made from that viewpoint.
It really does matter where you are looking from. Sometimes you just have to change your point of view.

Point of view bedtime story

Not an unusual POV but her mom is on leave because of the holiday and we celebrated her 4th birthday party today - the look on Isabella's face says it all. She's happy to have her mom home reading her bedtime story.
Had I not changed my POV I would have missed this expression.


Anonymous said...

Lovely POV Sandra.
I like the way this shot seems to tell a story. Isabella seems to thoroughly enjoying her bedtime story time and can't beat the princess bedtime stories.

Nicely done!

Levonne said...

Wonderful capture. I like the depth of field. And by the way, I'm acknowledging your blog with the Versatile Blogger Award. I've linked to your blog on Levonne's Pretty Pics.

snaphappee said...

This is lovely! You captured a wonderful moment, and the POV was essential to the moment. Fabulous!

Nikhil Ramkarran said...

I have a friend who believes that the only point of a photo is to present a forensic record of what is happening in front the camera, a xerox of the scene. His philosophy does not allow for interpretation by creative points of view or later processing. I can't even imagine what he would have done with a scene like this. It takes creativity and a willingness to look at things a little differently to capture the love of a scene like this.

Amanda said...

Great photo!! As you said, her expression says it all! Beautiful capture!


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