Wide-angle lenses are generally used for photographing landscapes and architecture. But what about using them to take portraits? In this article, we’ll look at how to position your subject when you’re shooting portraits with an ultra-wide lens, how high to shoot from, and what to keep in mind when choosing an environment.
A pinhole. A camera obscura. These are really just two ways of saying one thing. And we’ve got a guide to help you quickly and easily make your own digital camera obscura that will take you back to the very roots of photography. We’ll also take a look at editing a color portrait taken with this kind of camera. Like to experiment? Not scared of scissors and Scotch tape? Want to get some fascinating photos without spending big bucks on expensive gear? Read on.