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The general rule of thumb when choosing a subject for your crystal ball photo is, would it fill the frame with a wide angle lens? If the answer is yes, then you have a good subject for crystal ball photos.
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The reason for this is that the optics of a glass ball are not unlike those of a fish-eye lens. Let’s look at a few photography types and see how well they work with crystal ball photography.
- Landscape – The most common type of crystal ball photography will be landscape. You need to find a good location that would make for good landscape photography with a wide angle lens. The trick now is to find a suitable location to place the ball, that will capture this scene.
- Portrait – Portrait glass ball photography is possible. The aim is to avoid a busy background with the model appearing upside down. You can achieve this by blurring the model out using bokeh. Alternatively you can use the glass ball as more of a prop for your model.
- Architecture – Architecture is one of the best options. Especially when you can use repeating patterns and leading lines in the background. Using a wider angle lens is often better. You can use those leading lines to lead into the ball.
Lens balls at 80mm in diameter are my favourite. At Lensball Australia we offer lensballs from 60mm, 70mm, 80mm, 100mm, 120mm, 150mm. Many photographers see this as the ideal size for their refraction photography. There are a lot of good reasons why you should also use larger balls rather than smaller if your budget allows for this size of lensball.
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