OBJECTIVE: Center Your Subject in Wide Angle Portraits First off, let me give you the answers to days 171 and 172. On day 171, when my large object looked small, I shot wide angle: 24mm. For day 172, when my large object stayed large, I shot longer: 84mm. My camera position didn’t change significantly from photo to…

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OBJECTIVE: Capture Large Object Looking Large Today, I want you to do the opposite of what you did yesterday. Shoot the same scene, if you can, but keep that large object looking large. Tomorrow’s lesson will include the focal lengths I used for my photo today and yesterday. Have fun with this one! You can create…

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OBJECTIVE: Make a Large Object Look Small Today, I want you to apply what you know about lenses to make a large object look small in comparison to other elements in the photo. On day 173, I’ll give you the “answer,” to make sure you did this right. In the photo above, the focal length I chose…

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OBJECTIVE: Avoid Wide Angle Distortion, Part 2 Yesterday, I asked you to take a photo that demonstrated wide angle distortion – you made part of your subject look disproportionate to the rest. Today, shoot a wide angle photo that takes full advantage of the benefits of shooting wide (an expansive background, a subject that looks large in…

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