Using a two-lens strategy


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Using a two-lens strategy

I've wandered into an ancient boiler room on Alcatraz. Okay, maybe ancient is a little strong, but it's really old. And it's an extraordinary space. There's a gigantic rusty boiler behind me. There's cool pipes going everywhere. The place is just nothing but texture, truly from floor to ceiling. And it's a nicely lit room. There's some artificial lighting, but there's also beautiful light coming in through the windows. It's a great place to shoot, and it's just immediately confusing. Because, though it's a slightly small enclosed space, it's still big. It's really tall.

And I walk in and the first thing I do is go, wow, look at all this. I want it all. And so, I put my 16-35 on. I was trying to shoot, and I wasn't really getting anywhere because it didn't fit. So in these situations where you feel like I can't fit this space that I want to shoot into my frame, I'm going to recommend a two-lens strategy. Get your fisheye lens...

Using a two-lens strategy
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Using a two-lens strategy provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Foundations of Photography: Specialty Lenses

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