|22nd of November 2009 (Sun)||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Bristol, UK
perspective: making the moon look big?
i've been thinking about a scene that i would like to create in a photo, but want to work out a location to take the photo from.
what i am hoping to achieve is an appearance of the moon looking as big as possible with a building such as a church tower, or monument in the foreground.
am i correct in thinking that i need to be quite a distance from the foreground object and using a long focal length lens to give to right perspective?
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