This blog post shares a different perspective of outdoor photography.

In this post, I’d like to share how I took many shots to show different perspectives of one cabin. 

For me, it’s difficult to take photos outdoors without a person as my subject. With this shoot, I found a new subject– a cabin. I captured different angles of my subject that you can see below.

The first two photos are the same side of the cabin. I used a wide angled lens  and shot closer to the ground.

I was also able to capture a lens flair in the second photo. I appreciated the contrast between the fall colors and the cabin. The rich, dark wood of my subject complemented the gold leaves in the trees.

When taking photos outdoors, find something to focus on and everything else will fall into place.

Emily Russell -outdoor photography- Cabin in the Woods

Emily Russell designs - outdoor photography-Cabin in the Woods

Emily Russell designs - outdoor photography-Cabin in the Woods

Emily Russell designs - outdoor photography-Cabin in the Woods