Why is my models face distorted in the choreography camera view when compared to the model window view?
The reason you were seeing distortion in your face was probably because your focal length was too short, and your camera was too close to the model. This is similar to how a real camera works. The default focal length I believe is 50mm, which is similar to the human eye and how it sees things. For many landscape shots, photographers set the focal length to 35mm or less, which allows a wider angle of view and a long depth of field. The larger the focal length, the smaller the angle of view, and the higher the compression of the depth of field. What that means is, when shooting a “head shot” i.e. portrait shot, you should choose a higher focal length (135mm or higher) and move your camera back away from the model. This will zoom in on the head, but compress the depth of field so that it doesn’t look like your models nose is a giant appendage extending into the camera lens. Another example is this: have you ever watched the track races during the Olympics? On the last 100 meters, they alw
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