FOCAL LENGTH - LENSES - WORKSHOPI have a Canon Rebel t3 and I'm shooting with a Canon EF-S 18-55mm lens.
|1/125 sec at f/5.6, ISO 800 (18mm)|
More distortion in the background as well as on the object itself.
|1/125 sec at f5.6, ISO 800 (55mm)|
Less background, less distortion.
|1/125 sec at f5.6, ISO 800 (35mm)|
The image looks more flat and we see very little of the background compared to the two others.
|1/50 sec at f/5.6, ISO 400 (55mm)|
The face of the model looks more pleasing. The image looks more flat. This would be perfect for a portrait as it isolates the subject from any context.
|1/50 sec at f/5.6, ISO 400 (35mm)|
More context (background)
|1/50 sec at f/5.6, ISO 400 (18mm)|
The background takes more place than the subject. The image and the facial features get more distorted.
|1/100 sec at f5.6, ISO 1600 (55mm)|
At a higher focal length, with the same aperture, the DOF increases.
|1/100 sec at f5.6, ISO 1600 (35mm)|
|1/100 sec at f5.6, ISO 1600 (18mm)|
More context as the background is more in focus then the last two.
|1/320 sec at f/4.0, ISO 100 (18mm)|
The image is distorted and not as its sharpest.There's also more blur and vignette at this focal length.
|1/80 sec at f/8.0, ISO 100 (18mm)|
From all the 18mm focal length photos, this one is the sharpest.
|1/40 sec at f/16, ISO 200 (18mm)|
Not bad but not the sharpest. Less blur and vignette as we go higher with the focal length.
|1/80 sec at f/8.0, ISO 100 (35mm)|
f/8.0 seems to be the sharpest. This one is probably the sharpest of all. Still a little bit of distortion.
|1/50 sec at f/16, ISO 200 (35mm)|
|1/60 sec at f/8.0, ISO 100 (55mm)|
No distortion, the shapes actually look like they're supposed to.
|1/60 sec at f/11, ISO 200 (55mm)|
|1/60 sec at f/22, ISO 800 (55mm)|