We have another Photo Premium tutorial exclusively available to Premium members today. In this tutorial, try going out on a shoot with only one lens to limit us and force us to think creatively. Luckily, we'll be guided by professional photographer Simon Plant. Learn more after the jump!
In today's tutorial, we'll embark on a typical photo excursion, but we'll be limiting ourselves by only using one lens. We'll be forced to master all the characteristics of a wide angle lens in order to be productive.
Using a single focal length does two things to refresh your creativity. First, it makes things simpler. You have much less to think about because you have fewer options. Secondly, it forces you to really understand what that specific lens is good for, and what parts of the scene it can best be utilized in.
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