Is there any photo app that can replicate this?
>>3431502not found on appstore, fag
>>3431501not an app but it might helphttp://faces.cs.princeton.edu/
>>3431508this is pretty cool, yeah.
>>3431501You can simulate the effect with Lightroom profile corrections. Just add distortion in your preerred lens profile instead of correcting it.
>>3431909it's not barrel distortion, it's perspective distortion. Technically NOT possible to recreate.For example: You can't tell on this girl because her hair is hiding her ears, but... a person's ears will disappear behind the edges of their face when photographed close. When photographed long lens, their ears will be visible.
>>3431501tfw you bring your 5000mm lens for the portrait shoot and the face ends up being flat as a pancake.
>>3431913As long as your original image was shot at a high focal length it's not too hard to edit the image into a shorter one.
>>3431501200mm is better than 85mm, prove me wrong.>but 90mm is the golden spot No it isn't, 200mm is best.
>>3432781>As long as your original image was shot at a high focal length it's not too hard to edit the image into a shorter one.Prove it, because I'm like 85% sure that you're talking out of your ass.
>>3432812No need. He is right.
>>3431501Yeah, it's called holding the phone further away
>>3432823Prove it, because I’m like 90% sure that you’re talking out of your ass.
>>3432811From a practical standpoint, when using an 85, you don’t have to shout at your model.
>>3431939how long is the diameter of the front element?1km?
Yes. Just step further away and use digital zoom. Yes, you lose resolution, but the focal length equivalency goes up as you zoom, showing different perspective.
>>3432811135mm is and always will be the ideal portrait length on 35mm.
>>3432964I thought it was a ripoff focal length for casuals to sell lenses.
>>3432967The Nikkor 135mm f/2 DC is great, doesn't autofocus with a Z though...(to be honest it would mostly be used with manual focus anyway)
>>3431501this is the dumbest fucking image on this board nice b8 tho
>>3432811I thought the whole face distortion had to do with aperture size, not necessarily the focal length.
>>3433369no, aperture is the blurriness or bokeh surrounding the subject/object. f/12 - everything in focus kind off/5.6 - somewhat blurry with some detail in backgroundf/1.4 - almost no detail in foreground and background pic related, took this last month and shot at f/5.6 to get some detail in the background while keeping the focus on the object/rock[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]Camera-Specific Properties:Equipment MakeFUJIFILMCamera ModelX100FCamera SoftwareDigital Camera X100F Ver2.11Maximum Lens Aperturef/2.0Sensing MethodOne-Chip Color AreaImage-Specific Properties:Image OrientationTop, Left-HandHorizontal Resolution240 dpiVertical Resolution240 dpiImage Created2019:01:27 11:37:25Exposure Time21052/21051999 secF-Numberf/3.6Exposure ProgramManualISO Speed Rating400Lens Aperturef/3.6Brightness10.2 EVExposure Bias0 EVMetering ModePatternLight SourceUnknownFlashNo FlashFocal Length23.00 mmColor Space InformationsRGBImage Width6114Image Height4002RenderingNormalExposure ModeManualWhite BalanceAutoScene Capture TypeStandardSharpnessHardSubject Distance RangeUnknown
>>3433373>>3433369forgive me, aperture was 3.6 according to the metadata. I took many photos of this here rock with varying apertures
>>3433375Bokeh/depth of field I understand well enough, but I thought it might also have something to do with distortion.So is there any point to using my kit 16-50mm lens then?Do I just stand much further back, use the 55-210mm and zoom in a bit?Seems a little unorthodox. Are there any lenses that get you a much less distorted effect at a smaller focal range, say 30-40mm? My 55-210 has f/5.6 as a minimum which still kiiinda sucks on days without adequate sunny weather.[EXIF data available. Click here to show/hide.]Camera-Specific Properties:Equipment MakeSONYCamera ModelILCE-6000Camera SoftwareSnapseed 2.0Maximum Lens Aperturef/6.3Focal Length (35mm Equiv)252 mmImage-Specific Properties:Horizontal Resolution350 dpiVertical Resolution350 dpiImage Created2019:01:28 15:08:34Exposure Time1/100 secF-Numberf/6.3Exposure ProgramNormal ProgramISO Speed Rating3200Brightness2.2 EVExposure Bias0 EVMetering ModePatternLight SourceUnknownFlashNo Flash, CompulsoryFocal Length168.00 mmColor Space InformationsRGBImage Width1920Image Height1280RenderingNormalExposure ModeAutoWhite BalanceAutoScene Capture TypeStandardContrastNormalSaturationNormalSharpnessNormal
fyi distortion comes from the distance between the subject and the lens, the closer the more distortedfocal length inherently is unrelatedbut obviously if you take a photo of someone with a 28mm from 15m to avoid distortion, their head will be tiny and it won't be a portrait photoso portrait photogs usually use a 85mm and above to get more distance while still filling the frame with their subject
>>3433398>>3433436oh forgot to mentionn, if you care that much about distortion, zoom your kit to 50 and stand further away to shoot your subjectthere's a reason the 50 is called nifty fifty and often comes with bodiesthe op image is a stupid bait. clickbait article tier, because it doesn't mention how far from the subject the camera wasif they're were all shot from 20 meters, then cropped so that the face fills the same image area size, then they will all look the same
>>3433398https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HG-vPzrEONMwatch this for a pretty detailed explanation
>>3431501going from wide to narrow, any photo app that can crop should work. Just stand further away and crop to a 200mm FOV.
>>3433398you may be confusing perspective distortion with barrel distortion.Perspective distortion is not truly caused by the lens, it is determined by the distance between the camera and the subject. Even with your own eyes, you can see this distortion if you get up close. Look at yourself in the mirror using only one eye, then put your face right up close to the mirror. You will see perspective distort your face as you get closer.Barrel distortion/pincushion distortion are absolutely caused by the lens, you can avoid them by using good primes or by keeping your zooms in their "sweet spot," usually somewhere in the middle of their zoom range.
>>3433440It's not really clickbait if like you say; cropping is stupidly impractical. It's pretty much saying use the longest lens your studio lets you for the framing you need. 3/4+ times that's correct.
>>3433440>if you care that much about distortion, zoom your kit to 50 and stand further away to shoot your subject>there's a reason the 50 is called nifty fifty and often comes with bodies...but it's not that, because 50mm on an 18-55 crop lens won't give you the same perspective distortion as 50mm on a full frame or film body.> the op image is a stupid bait. clickbait article tier, because it doesn't mention how far from the subject the camera wasPresumably they were all shot at the distance that let the photographer fill the frame with the model's head, since that's the only thing that would make sense. And also, that's the only way you'd get the results in the image. I'm honestly having trouble comprehending how you could think it was anything else.