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Get up close and personal.

Pictures can be taken from a low perspective, but more importantly, up close and personal. The camera is about 18 inches away from the bogey wheel on this Walker M-41 Bulldog (a U.S. light tank from the Korean War era). The focal length of this shot is also 10mm/15mm.

The point here is that the presence of the near wheel was magnified by getting closer, but capture most of the other wheels and track at the same time. In other words, you can often have your cake and eat it too if you shoot with wide angles.

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