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Adjust Your Focal Length and Distance For More Flattering Photographs

The old mantra that “the camera adds 10 pounds” isn’t entirely off base, depending on how you’re shot. As photographer Dan Vojt?ch highlights, your focal length and distance from your subject can dramatically affect how they look. Read more...
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