Exercise | Lens Compression

This exercise is based on the previous video:

lens-compression

The Exercise

Take an image of a subject at your lens’ lowest millimeter, i.e. widest angle. Then move back, zoom in, and take another image at your lens’ highest millimeter, i.e. as much as your lens will zoom in. Make sure your subject fills the same area and amount of the composition in both images. Notice the difference between the two images and observe how the first image makes the backgrounds appear further than the second image.

There is no image submission with this exercise.

CHAPTER 1: BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY CONCEPTS

CHAPTER 2: UNDERSTANDING EXPOSURE

CHAPTER 3: FROM AUTO MODES TO MANUAL

CHAPTER 4: SHARP IMAGES AND FOCUSING TECHNIQUES

Chapter 5: COMPOSITION, ARTISTRY, AND CREATING GREAT IMAGES

Chapter 6: LEARNING MORE ABOUT YOUR CAMERA

Chapter 7: BONUS

Total Course Run Time: 6H 30M 21S