Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by fl0rine2, Nov 7, 2005.
What kind of lens can be used to achieve the below effect:
Thanks in advance
A very wide angle lens. Sometimes refer to as a fisheye lens.
I believe that picture was taken with one of those fast telephotos from Canon.
Possibly a 600mm f/4.
what is a bottleneck lens?
telephotos are long lenses, above 100mm.
That image was taken with a fish eye (<15mm) for sure, look at the distortion of the vertical lines lines and the oversize of the subject in the foreground.
Nah, Tomash is right, 600mm f/4L. Actually, looking at the picture, it's probably more than 600, maybe the Sigma 800 f/5.6?
you can't take an image that close to the subject w/ a telephoto.
>>>> go to EF lenses 101> Focal Length comparison> scroll to the bottom, comparison chart
Not to sound dumb but do they make these for the G6 ?i'm very new to cameras and trying to read about lens and what not.
HAHA...oh the humor of this thread
You don't bend the light.... the lens bends the angles. Can't you see it??? I even posted examples of what the fisheye does.
How can you tell me that it is done w/ a telephoto???
Freaking go to a rental house and check out a a fish eye and a telephoto, test them, take a couple of images w/ them and then tell me what each of them do and the perspective and distortion each of them give.
I found this for the G6
I really don't know what line is funnier
are you are not a photo noob???
do you have a degree in photography?
do you make a life out of it???
Have you assisted???
Have you been in "real" photo shoots??
Biatch.... i'm such a noob!!!!
yeah you are
BTW... I'm not a photo noob
I was all pumped up mother fuckers
My bad for asking that question. I think it's pretty cool when people flame on people when they admit they are noobs at something and need help.
What ever happend to viper... the dude from Rochester, CA??