Should I take 300W or 400W strobe set??

Started 4 weeks ago | Questions thread
Tdoan
Tdoan Regular Member • Posts: 480
Re: Perspective distortion in portraits

Fwiler1 wrote:

And he's still not 15' back! Plus you may not have listened to the advantages of shooting close, or even more important the lens choice.

Actually, I did.

And last- he says he prefers shooting close!

It's obvious, isn't it, if you look at his profile pic on Facebook?!?

Again, the point is that he acknowledged it and chose it regardless. That's a bit different than saying there's no distortion. Knowing that it exists and accepting or even embracing it, this is an artistic/client choice. You could say knowledge is what separates an artist from a hack.

btw, if that model has +20lbs and +20 years on her, I will venture that she won't be happy with his choice.

At any rate, I'll desist from furthering the hijacking of this thread. The OP asked for opinion on lights, not room size or lens.

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