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Mar 22, 2013

Weekend Inspiration XXXVII

Hello everyone, and welcome to our 37th edition of Weekend Inspiration!

For this weekend inspiration we have 25 awesome photos to show you from both amateur and professional photographers, and of course, some images from the Phamily.
These images are gathered weekly from websites such as Flickr, 500PX, imgur, and photographer’s personal websites.

So have a look at these great images, tell us your favorites!

by Hossein Zare

by Hossein Zare

By Ilnur Saetgareev

By Ilnur Saetgareev

in my dream by Magryt ArTur

in my dream by Magryt ArTur

Journey with brownie by MQ Naufal

Journey with brownie by MQ Naufal

jumping weimaraner dog by Klaus Dyba

jumping weimaraner dog by Klaus Dyba

Lily by Emily Soto

Lily by Emily Soto

Myatte by Andrew Harris

Myatte by Andrew Harris

Neighbors by Laurynas Komža

Neighbors by Laurynas Komža

sink or swim by Cameron Sarradet

sink or swim by Cameron Sarradet

SnL by Daniil Kontorovich

SnL by Daniil Kontorovich

Star Trac Ad Campaign - Spinner by Dean Bradshaw

Star Trac Ad Campaign – Spinner by Dean Bradshaw

Strange Days by Iraklis Makrygiannakis

Strange Days by Iraklis Makrygiannakis

The future of photography by Andreas Jones

The future of photography by Andreas Jones

The Sons of Earth I by Simone Nervi

The Sons of Earth I by Simone Nervi

Three Neat Rows by Pierre Pellegrini

Three Neat Rows by Pierre Pellegrini

Untitled by Cristina Juárez

Untitled by Cristina Juárez

Untitled by Benoit.P

Untitled by Benoit.P

Untitled by Delphina Pace

Untitled by Delphina Pace

Untitled by GAZ .

Untitled by GAZ .

Untitled by Kurt Manley

Untitled by Kurt Manley

Untitled by Travis Purrington

Untitled by Travis Purrington

Untitled by Vadim Dmitriyev

Untitled by Vadim Dmitriyev

when fog reaches lighthouse by Álvaro Martino

when fog reaches lighthouse by Álvaro Martino

Who Me? by Megan Lorenz

Who Me? by Megan Lorenz

????? ??????????! by Natalia Ciobanu

????? ??????????! by Natalia Ciobanu

If that wasn’t enough inspiration for you, you can check out previous editions of Weekend Inspiration here!

If you have any suggestions of what to feature in upcoming editions of Weekend Inspiration, or would like to submit your own work e-mail Angela at angela@phlearn.com

Have a great weekend!

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    Jack

    Love the Crewdson vibe on Benoit P’s photo. Gorgeous.

    And the tones in Delphina’s are stunning.

    Another great edition of WI!

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    Dean

    Hey Zay, as long as you are shooting at the same distance from the subject with both cameras the shots should be the similar once cropped down to match each other. The 7d is pre-cropped with its smaller chip. Distance from the subject is the critical factor to facial distortion, not the lens.

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    Zay

    Hey phlearn family. Had a question about my lens and was hoping someone on here might have an answer. I use to have a canon 7d and loved the photos I got with it and a 50mm, but now that I have the 5d the pics aren’t the same. I know the 7d with a 50 equals around 80, so i’m wondering if I cropped my pics could I get a similar affect or could I do something on photoshop to make it look similar, since I can’t afford an 80mm right now. Thanks!

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      Simon Abrams

      You’re right on the money – a 50mm on the 7D has the equivalent focal length of a 80mm lens on a full-frame 5D, because of the 7D’s 1.6 crop factor. I guess cropping the images is an option, but there’s no real way to make a photo taken with a 50mm lens look like one taken with an 80mm lens. If I were you, I would just start thinking about composing my photos differently, to take advantage of the characteristics of the gear you have. Getting closer to your subjects is one way to do that. I guess you could try playing with the Lens Correction tool in Photoshop as well.

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        Zay

        Hey Simon, Thanks for the great tips. Yes its kind of forced me to practice trying to get the best shots with the gear I have, but I’ll also check out the lens correction. Thanks again!