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How to create the dolly zoom effect without a zoom lens

The dolly zoom, also known as the “Vertigo Effect” or “Hitchcock Zoom” can be an amazing technique to add tension or drama to a scene. It’s a process whereby the camera is dollied in toward your subject while the lens zooms out wide. Or, the reverse, where the camera moves away from your subject while [...] The post How to create the dolly zoom effect without a zoom lens appeared first on DIY Photography.
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