Compression is Real

Started 7 months ago | Discussions thread
sybersitizen Forum Pro • Posts: 11,124
Re: Pespective

Brian_Flex wrote:

Here's a similar test we did, but only the focal length changed. These are just screen grabs.

That's one of thousands of examples showing that perspective does not change if the point of view remains the same - some of the same demonstrations have already been shown in this thread.

The only things that have changed as a result of using three different lenses from the same point of view are: magnification, framing, and depth of field. By cropping to maintain the same composition, we see that the perspective (and its associated visual effect of compression) remains unchanged:

Perspective and compression can only be changed by changing the physical relationship between the camera and the subject.

This entire thread is about people who cannot agree on definitions of terms - nothing else.

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