Tip of the Day: Subjective Camera

A wide-angle lens used close into a crowd scene gives the sense of being in the thick of things that is typical of subjective camera shots. Truncation and loss of focus at the sides and extreme foreground help this impression of being inside the view. From The Photographer’s Eye by Michael Freeman (Focal Press, 2007, $30)

A wide-angle lens used close into a crowd scene gives the sense of being in the thick of things that is typical of subjective camera shots. Truncation and loss of focus at the sides and extreme foreground help this impression of being inside the view.
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From The Photographer's Eye by Michael Freeman (Focal Press, 2007, $30)_

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