Discover the differences between these popular lenses used by filmmakers since the 50s
What tools we use to capture a story on film will depend on the story we want to tell, the look we want to create, and how we want our audience to interpret the images on screen.
David Curto (@davidcurto) is a director of photography who has worked with clients such as CAT Footwear, Carrefour, and Ford. He has also shot music videos and collaborated on feature films, including Samir Oliveros’s "Bad Lucky Goat” and the Netflix series “The Neighbor”.
In this blog post, David explains the differences between anamorphic and spherical lenses. Not only do these different lenses have their own practical features, but they also produce unique effects that can result in highly stylized shots and impact an audience on a subconscious level.
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