Vignouse by vignouse


The 16mm (24mm F/F equivalent) focal length is often used to photograph architecture and whilst its wide-angle of capture can be ideal when the photograph has to be taken a close-quarters, the camera angles will need to be controlled carefully to avoid distortion. I took this at an angle to include all of the back of our house and that has distorted reality. Whilst the right-hand side of the house with the lower roof line is indeed wider than the left-hand-side it is not as much wider as this view would indicate.

It's still home sweet home though - a view from the backyard.

I have a friend who would like me to do some architecture photography for her. I would need to invest in a proper lens for it. Love this shot.
May 5th, 2017  
THE lens for architecture is a tilt-shift lens where the lens movements allow you to remove perspective distortion. They are always manual lenses - Samyang's version is the cheapest and receives good reports in tests.
May 5th, 2017  
Your house is quite lovely.
May 7th, 2017  
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