Hello All, Sorta new to photography so I was wondering if anyone can help me out? I noticed in American Civil War era portraits, there seems to be a "look" that you don't see very often. It's hard to explain, but it looks like there is a very short focal length. Here is an example: Notice how Lincoln's eyes, nose, and mouth are in focus, but his ears, hair, and arms are slightly out of focus. It's as if there is a narrow plane which is in focus. My question is, what kind of lens could duplicate that "look"? Would a fixed focal length lens be best? If so, what lens would you suggest? Thank you in advance for any help.