Many people think of a wide lens as a way to get farther away from a subject,
but I think of a wide lens as a way for us to get closer… a wide lens is
really a close-up lens, allowing us to create a dominant subject in the frame
by emphasizing the difference in distance from near to far.
Links for this Episode:
Evidence of Hands on Stone - Jeff's Italian architectural photographs
The Curtometer - An Aid To Seeing - a deceptively simple device to help you sort out camera position and focal length
Places you can find and listen to Camera Position: