Even I sometimes hear “I’m sick of seeing feet photos everywhere!” But, I know lots of people who say “Yes, there is!” answer to this question. Who doesn’t like holding the camera towards their feet and taking photos like saying “Here I am?”
You can take photos that say where you have stepped foot on, everywhere you go, based on that "Golden Rule 1: Take your camera everywhere you go.’’ Here there are some “here I am” photos that I loved:
There are a few examples from Lomographer that shot other’s feet:
Of course, I added my own feet photos, too. While I was looking for these photos, I noticed that all of them have some memories; when I look at them, I am still happy. Have fun while looking at them!
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