Ultrawide opens new perspectives

by Volker Weber

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Novice photographers always enjoy their first zoom lens. They can finally zoom into a photo without losing detail. Often you can get a similar effect by just walking closer. Backing up isn't always an option like in this indoor climbing venue. This isn't even the whole wall.

After the break I will open up a few perspectives going from 52mm, to 26mm and then 13mm on an iPhone 11 Pro. These photos are downsampled.

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Comments

Nice!

Theo Heselmans, 2019-09-28

vowe, jetzt fehlt noch ein Foto von dir in der Kletterwand in 5 m Höhe :-)

Stephan Bohr, 2019-09-29

I think "novice" is really misplaced. It has little to nothing to do with experience but with the approach and the motive you are working on. Portrait photography from afar always has been one of my favourite challenges for example.

Timm Caspari, 2019-09-30

Ja, gibt auch alte Hasen, die gerne Teles benutzen. Ist ja bei Portraits auch der klassische Look. Aber Ultrawide musst du mal ausprobieren. Hat Dein Handy ja auch.

Volker Weber, 2019-09-30

Some 40 years ago one of my most beloved lenses was an ultrawide 24mm on the Pentax. In those days 35mm was considered "wide". In the nineties I went down to 15mm with a very handy fisheye, thanks Canon, and then somehow lost interest. But now "we" get 13mm in a phone?!? Need to see whats around below 500 Euros ..

Bernhard Kockoth, 2019-10-01

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