Changing angles in a small interior


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Changing angles in a small interior

So, for the next iteratioin, I decided to go to the other side. And that would put the statue in the foreground, so it would emphasize the statue more so, and allow me then to see the entire window with the bamboo in it. So I did that, I went to the other side, maintained the 55 millimeter lens. So I'm still medium wide, and set the shot up, and took a look at it, but realized I was seeing too much foreground. So there was too much of the red cabinet, so I needed to go tighter.

So I went up to an 80 millimeter lens, which is normal on medium format, then I had to move the camera back a little bit. Just to be able to make it all work out. But I got the composition I was looking for, it worked really well. So I got the shot, I got the composition, and I was happy with it. And as I was looking at, I started to think you know what, here we are, we've got a tungsten halogen bulb lighting the statue and making the glow happen, so tungsten halogen is 3200 degrees Kelvin, it's a very warm, yellow-...

Changing angles in a small interior
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