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A desolate basketball court in Glasgow’s East End.
curious, what kinda lens could shoot this range (distance and angle)?
Fiona, I used my 16 – 35mm wide angle lens at 16mm and I was crouched right down at one end of the court with camera pointing up to the sky at around about 45°.
hey Rob, after i asked this question, i just realized how silly i was, cuz i’ll never fully understand a professional answer as you just did, lol.
i guess what i tried to express yesterday is, no matter what kinda lens are used, without a great photographer, without those sharp eyes which are good at identifying beauty, without those minds which carry persistence and creativity, there won’t be great photos, especially those with souls.
Ha! No worries! Thanks for the kind thought, very nice of you to say.
Reblogged this on Either/Or/Bored and commented:
emotive photo out of Glasgow’s East End. Game over, man, Game over!
Like this so much I’m spreading it about a lil!
Cheers Adam – thanks for liking, commenting and reblogging! All very much appreciated. Really like the pigeon shot on yours.
not mine I’m afraid. There was a failure of reblogging where a link got lost (I was reblogging absent-mindedly). Here’s where it does live though -> http://24hourphoto.wordpress.com/2012/02/05/sunday-february-5th-2012/
I lack a decent camera and money to buy one. In fact, I think I was having a dream last night where I was telling someone I wanted to get a Canon 5D…. 😛
Here’s something of mine from years ago, shot and developed all analogue like… http://photos1.blogger.com/img/76/942/1024/torn.jpg
Cool shot though, thanks for sharing. Really interesting perspective in your shot – very unique.
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