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Mount Fuji: Easy Lens Tips for Amazing Street Shots
Ever wondered how this kind of picture is shot?
Fujiyoshida's Charming Streets
A scene straight out of a movie.
Mount Fuji in a blanket of snow, charming shops lining the street, vintage lampposts, and telephone lines.
So, how do you capture such a picture?
Zooming In or Out?
It's all about making distant things seem close.
A 200mm or more would do great for that compressed look.
You can also achieve this by combining multiple shots.
For example, stitching four photos together can get you great results too.
Find a balance. Opt for a 100mm or 200mm lens.
Alternatively, experiment with wide angles for an immersive feel.
The Fujiyoshida shot teaches us, once again, that it's about your personal vibes.
Whether you prefer a telephoto or a wide-angle lens, it all comes down to your own preferences.
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