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@Blue-Eyed Monkey:

Part A: It is hard to evaluate telephoto compression when there is only one object in focus. I also noted that you changed from f8 on the first shot to f22 on the second. The subject and some background must be in focus to be able to evaluate this portion of the assignment. Please try this part again.

Part B: The 24mm backed-out to 50mm is fine. The aspect ratio for the 210mm and up-close 50mm are not close enough and the 210mm is OOF. You may need to increase the f-value for the 210mm shot and make sure that you can reproduce the aspect ratio with the 50mm without running into the minimum focus distance. Think about using 100mm rather than 210mm if this is a problem.

Part C: I'll give you a pass on Part C. You certainly moved quite a ways to your left to get the second shot. Normally, we expect a more subtle shift in camera position, but you captured the spirit of the assignment.

Cheers... Brian
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Another attempt at Part A of this assignment. I still need to retry Part B but I haven't been happy with my tries so far!


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