Shanghai Auto Show, Fads And Trends: Lenses
April 24th, 2011 4:06 PM Share
Lenses at the Shanghai Auto Show definitely test both sides of the envelope. Some photographers came with lenses long and wide enough to take close-ups of concept cars shown on the moon.
This photographer usually shoots big game in safari parks and only moonlights at the car show. Or maybe he the one who does all those spy shots.
Many members of the accredited media (the vetting process is hard and rigorous, nonetheless, press days are mobbed) must be in the live blogging business. One sees more and more cell phone cameras for a direct beam-up to high traffic websites. We hope.
Published April 24th, 2011 4:05 PM
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Reason for big lenses like those pictured are 1) very shallow depth of field allows you to throw background into something blurry and non-distracting since you often have very little room to move around in order to get the shot 2) since only pros have these lenses you get treated better by security 3) people get out of your way since you obviously are a pro
I know this is all about the cars... But what is with the outfit in the chic in the last pic....