Deep. As in, “this photo has depth”:
One of my cars, outside the mechanic’s yesterday.
So how do you get depth? You know!
- Have a close-by object (we call this: “Close-Far”);
- Have diagonal lines in the image (the foreground needs lines or texture, preferably)
- Use a wide angle lens.
The wide angle lens facilitates 1 and 2, and also has two other advantages: it is easy to get everything sharp if you wish (here, I did not wish); and it is easy to shoot at show shutter speeds.
So pack your 16-35 lens if you have a full frame camera, or your 10-20 or similar if you have a crop body, and go shoot some depth pictures.
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for a ‘Deep’ subject this was a remarkably |thin| post.
while Still educational
Thank you Roy: yes, I like to be economical with my words. “Why waste”, is my motto.