Lightnings taking a ride

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You might try a split-field closeup lens (filter). Though there are commercial products such as this Hoya 55 mm split-field filter or this Cokin 3-diopter filter, you could experiment with a macro lens set and an abrasive saw. A home-made split lens might not have the quality of a commercial one, but would be interesting to make. In any event, you'd have ...


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I would take with me a zoom wide angle lens. The diference on size and perspective on 2 relative close objects is more noticeble than a longer focus distance. Second, I would really want the coliseum to be in the picture. A 10-24 would be awsome, but a 16-85 would give you better flexibility to take normal shoots. The zoom is not really needed for the ...


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There are many lenses you can use for this task as long as you are diligent about the placement of people and items. You could use a good prime like a 35mm or 50mm but I would stay away from any wide angles that may cause edge distortion or make the image look like its bending. A good portrait lens will also do the job if you have the distance for the ...



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