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OK, here's another attempt at part B this time using the tripod and walking directly towards and away from the subject to match the wide and tele fields of view with the camera level.

16mm


walking back at 35mm to match 16mm


100mm


walking forward at 35mm to match 100mm
 



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@clk230: Sorry for the delay in responding. You presented a nice illustration and demonstrated your understanding in the images. So... On to Part C!

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Part C. Hide and Seek

Something caught my eye!


Now moving to exclude the "no parking" sign and some distractions in the background.
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@clk230: That's a pass, James. Sorry it took me so long to get to this. You now have a pass on all three parts of the assignment and can proceed to the next. Cheers... Brian
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Post Options Post Options   Quote clk230 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 September 2014 at 02:40
@bms44974: Thanks Brian. I appreciate the time you put into this. I'm enjoying thinking about about what I need to think about before pressing the shutter release!
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Before I begin this assignment, I need to ask one question.

Part A and Part B are pretty self explanatory, Part C I understand, EXCEPT I want to know what my limits in movement left and right are. I can move the camera from eye level all the way to ground level, and as high as I can reach (thank God for tilting LCD Displays!), but what are my limits on horizontal movements?

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Post Options Post Options   Quote bms44974 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 September 2014 at 15:39
There are no hard and fast rules (at least on this assignment) regarding how much or in what direction the camera angle can move. We simply ask that you not move forward or backward (or zoom in or out). The objective is to become accustomed to recognizing a scene worth photographing and then evaluating the surroundings to optimize and isolate the subject for the greatest visual impact. Our brains tend to filter out the distractions, but the camera records them without bias. Adjusting the camera position can provide an image that corresponds more closely to our initial visual impression of the scene.

Cheers... Brian

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Okay Brian, or whomever is grading this month. Let's see if I figured out the assignment. The first part was pretty easy, I think.



This is the full image size. Unfortunately, only 100mm lens, since I was too close to use the 200mm setting.

Here's the crop.



The boys playing were different, of course, since it took time to change lenses.

This next part I may have screwed up, I'm not sure.

First is the Wide Angle shot.



This photo is shot at 28mm.

The following shot is taken at 55mm after I've moved back some.



This is the telephoto, shot at 75mm.



This is the Normal shot to match the telephoto shot, again, at 55mm.



And finally, the Hide and Seek photos.

The anchor was the main subject of the photo



Moving to the left about 4-5' and tilting the camera up to re-frame the photo gave me this:



I hope I didn't forget something on the Part B of the assignment, like shooting the subject with a 55mm lens from the starting position. If I did, I'll go shoot it again, when I have time.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote pegelli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 October 2014 at 21:18
Flying colors on all 3 counts Gary C, you get a pass from me on this one.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Gary C Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 October 2014 at 05:00
Originally posted by pegelli pegelli wrote:

Flying colors on all 3 counts Gary C, you get a pass from me on this one.


Thank you, sir, much appreciated.

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Part A:

Sony α57
Minolta 75-300mm AF f/4.5-5.6 (Big Beercan)
135mm
f/5.6
1/160th second
ISO 400

Crop from Wide Angle:

Minolta 28-105mm AF f/3.5-4.5
28mm
f/5.6
1/160th second
ISO 400
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Gothrekr Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 December 2016 at 03:31
Part B (Part C still has to be shot)
Telephoto:

105mm

Normal lens walked up:

45mm (tried for 50mm, guess I fell just short)

Wide angle:

28mm

Normal lens walked back:

50mm

All pics taken with:
Sony α57
Minolta 28-105mm AF f/3.5-4.5
f/5.6
1/100th second
ISO 400
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Post Options Post Options   Quote bms44974 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 December 2016 at 14:43
@Gothrekr: Well done on parts A & B. Looking forward to part C

Cheers... Brian
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