When I take senior portraits, I try to use some unusual angles and unique approach to the images. This photo was from a senior portrait session with Jessie. By shooting a long lens through the grass, I was able to compress the foreground, subject and back

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NextPreviousCaption: When I take senior portraits, I try to use some unusual angles and unique approach to the images. This photo was from a senior portrait session with Jessie. By shooting a long lens through the grass, I was able to compress the foreground, subject and back Photo By:
Lindsay Adler
Lens:
APO 70-200mm F2.8 EX DG OS HSM
Shutter:
1/800 sec
Aperture:
f/2.8
ISO Setting:
100
Products:
APO 70-200mm F2.8 EX DG OS HSM
Description:

When I take senior portraits, I try to use some unusual angles and unique approach to the images. This photo was from a senior portrait session with Jessie. By shooting a long lens through the grass, I was able to compress the foreground, subject and background. It creates a very pleasing effect. I used a diffuser above the models head to make the mid-day sunlight soft and flattering.