I put the chair hammock up this week and she noticed today after school. She immediately ran inside and grabbed her book. It was a great opportunity for me to practice free lensing. Free lensing is a technique where you first adjust your settings in manual mode for a proper exposure and then you remove your lens to create dreamy blur (bokeh) that you see in this image. I have used a 50mm lens and 85mm lens with success free lensing but for this shot I used my 50mm. Once you remove your lens, tilting to one side or the other will create more bokeh. For this image, I tilted my lens to the left so I could get her feet in focus and the effect blurred the rest of the image. You may have to walk in and out to find your focus point. I find it easier to look through the eye piece to find focus, other’s suggest using the viewfinder. Give it a try and see what works for you. It does take some time getting used to it but is is a great way to add creativity to your photography.