Dog’s eye-view: A German Shepherd’s focus is unwavering. I focused on the ball and trail and used a moderately open aperture to blur my shepherd’s ear to give the perspective of my dog, (4-1, f5.6, 1/125, ISO 64, 32mm 28-70).
Vole point of view: I took this photo of an aspen stand and sky while lying on my back in the snow. The sun was an hour from setting and the blue sky helped to give contrast to the aspen. The low light also gave good color to the aspen (4-2, f5, 1/125, ISO 72, 32mm 28-70).
Lynx: I tried to create a unique perspective of an ice carving (4-3, f4.5, 1/125, ISO 64, 70mm 28-70). Unfortunately, the clouds and falling snow did not provide much contrast to make the carving pop.
All three of these photos were post processed in Lightroom but only required minor adjustments to temperature, highlights, and shadows.