Tag: photography

The Effect of Lens Compression on Portraits

Hello photographers! Today I want to talk a bit about lens compression and how it affects portrait photography. First of all let’s define lens compression: Lens compression is the apparent compression of space between the foreground and background caused by a combination of changing the lens focal length and the distance from the photographer to the subject. This sounds really… Read more →

Fun at the County Fair

Last night I got to try out a new filter. It is called the Cinemorph filter. This is an amazing little filter that stretches your bokeh vertically a bit, making it seem more like something captured by a lens used for letter box cinema. It also has a bit of fishing line down the middle of it which causes a… Read more →