Focal section of maple leaf shooting lens and its aesthetics
- Dec 11, 2019
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In order to take a good picture of the beautiful red maple leaf, it is suggested to flexibly change the focus section according to the needs and creative ideas, so as to make the whole work more colorful and wonderful. The following will be explained by digiphoto editorial department, especially for the lens focus segment used in maple leaf shooting, which can be used as a reference for readers in the framing and composition.
Super wide angle lens
In the face of maple red or the whole maple forest, you can easily record the beautiful scenery in front of you with an ultra wide angle lens. However, in order to avoid the emptiness of the picture, you'd better bring the features of the scenic spot together, such as the surrounding buildings, paths or streams. By arranging the front, middle and back scenes, you can make the picture more rich and layered. In addition, you can also try to shoot at an elevation angle. The strong perspective and tension of super wide angle lens will bring different visual feelings. Also, don't forget to give full play to the advantages of close shot, the closer you shoot, the more dramatic the image effect.
Super wide angle lens can bring long depth of field, and you can get clear pictures without reducing too many apertures, but it is recommended to reduce the aperture in time to get better image quality. In addition, we should pay attention to the influence of edge angle deformation on the picture, use thin frame filter to avoid dark angle, install a hood to reduce the interference of flare, etc., which are all the subjects that can not be ignored in controlling the super wide angle lens.
▲ for elevation shooting, super wide angle lens can bring different visual feelings. Photograph: higrace.
▲ the perspective sense of the super wide angle lens makes the branches and lines in the picture stretch out with more tension. Photograph: higrace.
If you want to record the vast scenery in front of you, the super wide angle lens is the most advantageous helper. Photographer: Sun Zongwei.
The focal section of the standard lens includes a wide angle to a small distance, which can meet most of the shooting needs. Whether it is used to record the interaction between people and the scene, or to shoot parts of maple branches and leaves, or even in some environmental conditions, it is not difficult to capture the close-up of maple leaves. Image stability is a big advantage of the standard focus segment. There is no deformation of the wide-angle lens, nor is it like the telescope lens which limits the range of view. Moreover, it is close to the human eye. It is quite flexible for sketch creation, such as shooting maple leaves on the ground, or the surrounding environment. In addition, it was mentioned before that we should grasp the shooting time in the morning and evening, when the oblique light will lengthen the shadow of the scene, remember to turn the lens to the wide-angle end to bring the dramatic light and shadow effect together, and the three-dimensional sense of the image arises spontaneously.
▲ the standard focal section is close to the human visual angle, and has the advantage of stable picture. Photography: Jason & nbsp; Liu & nbsp;.
▲ the standard lens can achieve shallow depth of field effect when shooting with a large aperture at the far end. Photography: & nbsp; imjk & nbsp;.
▲ the standard lens has a large range of flexibility, which can meet most of the shooting needs. Photography: Chen Shiyuan.
The long-range lens is mainly used to shoot close-up of maple leaves, and to present a beautiful landscape effect, as well as the unique visual effect of compressing the distant and near scenes, which is a special feeling difficult to create for the wide-angle lens. You can use this focal section to compose a picture, so as to highlight the theme and avoid the surrounding clutter. Shallow depth of field also helps to blur the background.
It is recommended to open a large aperture when using the telescopic lens for shooting, not only to get a more obvious effect of scattering, but also to strive for more light input to improve the shutter speed, so as to avoid hand shock, and then to have the chance to condense the maple leaves swaying by the breeze. If it is in the environment with insufficient light, it is necessary to increase the ISO value, so as to take a clear and sharp picture Noodles. Of course, you can also go the opposite way. With a tripod, you can use a slow shutter to present the beauty of maple leaves between the moving and the static, which is another artistic expression.
▲ shooting with a long-range lens not only helps to highlight the main maple leaf, but also creates a beautiful landscape. Photograph: higrace.
▲ pay attention to the shutter speed when shooting at the far end, not only to avoid hand shock, but also to condense the maple leaves swaying in the wind. Photography: Lin Jiaxing.
▲ matching with fancy black card or using reflector can produce different effects for scattered scenery and present different maple leaf works. Photograph: higrace.