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Joel & Ethan Coen - Shot | Reverse Shot
Stanley Leary, Photographer, Photo Editor
Roswell | GA | | Posted: 12:22 PM on 07.03.16
->> This was just sent to me from PhotoShelter's email blast.

I liked this link explaining the advantage of using wdie-angle lenses, which is my favorite and I believe they capture the reasons I love it so much.

A YouTube video featuring Coen brothers cinematographer Roger Deakins explains his reasoning for selecting a wider lens for shooting dialogue.

https://lnkd.in/eQgYGfz

Although Deakins speaks from the filmmaker’s perspective, the concepts are the same for the still photographer
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Kevin Krows, Photographer
Forsyth | IL | USA | Posted: 6:33 PM on 07.03.16
->> Thanks for sharing Stan. I don't shoot video but learned a ton about perspective. Stuff like this is what separates the men from the boys and women from the girls.

Good stuff!
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Stanley Leary, Photographer, Photo Editor
Roswell | GA | | Posted: 7:59 PM on 07.03.16
->> I wrote about the psychology of the wide angle and telephoto lenses on my blog a while back

http://blog.stanleyleary.com/2009/01/psychology-of-wide-angle-lens.html

http://blog.stanleyleary.com/2009/01/psychology-of-telephoto-lens.html

One is not always better than the other, they serve different purposes and it depends on what you are trying to say with a photo.

http://blog.stanleyleary.com/2015/04/telephoto-or-wide-angle-lens.html
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Robert Beck, Photographer
Carlsbad | CA | USA | Posted: 2:21 PM on 07.05.16
->> The Coen thing is awesome
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