Tag Archive | "perspective"

Focal Length is not just a Zoom Change!

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

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Focal Length is not just a Zoom Change!

Not all that long ago in photography, everyone shot with single focal length lenses and not zooms. Zooms have not been around all that long in photography, plus at first, they really were awful in quality. Today, none of that is true anymore. Zooms have outstanding quality and they have become ubiquitous in photography. Every […]

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Shoot it Both Ways

Thursday, January 21, 2010

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Shoot it Both Ways

Here’s a quick tip: When you are talking landscape pictures, take the wide angle view and take a close up view of one of the elements in the scene. This is basically the same thing I recommend when photographing people: Take an environmental shot (subject in the environment) and then take a head shot or […]

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