From a distance — I Heart Faces photo challenge

I shoot almost 99 percent of my stuff with my nifty fifty. I have to FORCE myself to use my kit lens. (nikkor 18-105 3.56mm) It is a stepchild in my camera bag. But one thing I do like about it is how wide I can get with it. Most of the shots I take with it, I have set on 18mm focal length. Anyway, this is getting camera technical geeky here, but the point is, sometimes you can get a more unique perspective if you practice doing things that are out of norm. My result was this shot, and I’m grateful for it!

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13 Responses to From a distance — I Heart Faces photo challenge

  1. edith says:

    hahahaha this totally made me giggle. I love “nothing but the eyes” shots 🙂

  2. Misty says:

    lol, this made me smile. 🙂

  3. Les Pheil says:

    sometimes getting out of our comfort zone brings us to another level of comfort!!

  4. ericka says:

    another smile and giggle over here…

  5. ericka says:

    hehe, yes giggles and smiles:)

  6. I love this picture. I love my kit lens. : ) Keep on shooting with it. It isn’t so bad.

  7. Michelle says:

    LOVE THIS!!! How adorable!

  8. Jackie Jean says:

    this totally put a smile on my face, very cute

  9. Christy says:

    Love it. Until recently I have had to use my kit lens too. The photo on my blog is actually from a cheap digital not my Canon. Great job pushing it to the limit and thanks for visiting my site! 🙂

  10. lisa says:

    Wonderful shot

  11. lindsay says:

    Haha…so cute! I love bathtub shots. I too was a nifty fifty loyalist until I had to do a family shoot and found myself switching lenses too often. I now switch between my L (28-70) and my 50…my 50 is great for low light with that 1.8f…but I love the perspective the 28 gives me on some shots (and heck, i have a wide angle that gets no love at all unless we’re doing landscapes)

  12. Deborah says:

    Love this …. so cute! Amazing prospective you achieved here!!

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