Vary the size of the sensor/film
- Point-and shoot;
- 35mm full-frame and cropped frame;
- Medium format of various sizes
- Large format such as 4 X 5, or 8 X 10.
Changing format generally means an entirely different camera. But there are ways to achieve the same result. To match large format perspective, use a long focal length lens (eg a 200mm) to make a wide angle multi-row stitched image.
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