Many novice photographers ask, “which lens is best for photographing head shots/portraits, and why?” Actually, suitable or not a lens is depends on the needs of the photographer. What you need to familiarize yourself with is actually the characters of the lens you’re using and how it effects the proportions of the object’s face that you’re photographing.
For more detains, you can view the comparisons of the shape of face in the model below, shot using different focal lenghts: Read the rest of this entry » .
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