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The subject and focal lengths

I used the mosaic at Memorial Church at Stanford University; it’s a target that makes seeing lens issues straightforward. Framing for all focal lengths was similar to that shown below, with shorter focal lengths requiring more upward tilt of the camera.

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Entire frame as shot
(varies slightly with each focal length, 16-35 shown above)

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