A reminder of how to make your photos three-dimensional.

You do this by:

  1. Using a wide angle lens, the widest you can
  2. Getting close to something

In the photo of the Israeli tank, I used a 16mm lens on a full frame camera – this would be a 10mm lens on your crop factor camera.

The “close-far” effect is due to you being close to one thing and far from others. The wide lens enables you to compose like that.

So – get wide – get close!

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