Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by zombiesniper, Apr 29, 2017.
Great idea. The portrait version is excellent.
I really like the image itself! Lighting and colors are great! However, I don't see how using the 500mm on this image makes it unique. If that's not what you're concerned with, then I'd say you nailed it. Though when I read about your project I got the impression you wanted to feature photos that the characteristics of the 500mm made unique.
The purpose is to shoot things that you wouldn't normally shoot with a 500mm i.e.. studio work, street photography, portraits etc.
I'm trying to shoot things and NOT have it look like a 500mm lens was used i.e. limit the look of the compression by shooting on the flattest plane that I can and from slightly longer distances than what you would shoot with another lens.
Ok, I see. That makes sense. I misunderstood what you were going for. And in that case, I reiterate that you nailed it! Without being told otherwise, I would have guessed it was shot with any number of standard studio focal lengths.
Great stuff! I like the theme idea.
If you are taking notes, my vote is for the portrait version of the first subject.
Yes I went with the portrait version.
I'm imagining this project is going to be a year or five before it's complete.
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