The Stacking Effect: Compression With A Long-Range Tele Page 2
Picture This! -- Our Next Assignment
What might appear as a jumble to most can become an intriguing compositional challenge to photographers. Using point of view and focal length send us your found montages, those that catch your eye on the street or at home. (Tip: Long focal lengths compress space and are great for stacking effects.) This photo was made in the chaos outside the Las Vegas Convention Center prior to the opening of the Consumer Electronics Show. (Note: No computer combos, please.)
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Our next topic: Reflections
Deadline: September 15, 2005
Publication Date: December, 2005