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Thank you so much for the reply, Stip. But no .. I didn’t mean this 😅 I didn’t mean different focal lengths. I know about the effect of using different focal lengths on the field of view and the subjects.
My question was simpler than that .I just asking about framing foreground, middle ground and background in one frame in all shots and shooting all different shot sizes and shots with all different angles and also movements (just like I wrote in my question ☝️). It’s the same way and process to achieve all that things with my iPhone as with all professional cinema cameras and lenses? And the frame in general on my iPhone looks as the frame looks using all other professional cinema cameras ?( I don’t mean the image quality for sure I’m not comparing the image quality and the look of the iPhone with the professional cinema cameras .. I just mean how things appear in the frame ) in case of using the same focal length ,the same depth of field and the same aspect ratio.
I just want a trustworthy source to tell me “ yes it’s the same process and it’s the same thing of how things appear in the frame “ to be sure and stop thinking about it.
Last question.. for shooting while cropping in mind to get the desired aspect ratio in post .so in this case cropping to get desired aspect ratios is the only thing that change framing and shot sizes in post. Of course unless there’re special cases that require doing other changes in post. Like creating fake shallow depth of field or adding things in frame using cgi for example.. right?
Thanks Roger In advance 🙏Karim23Participant
*Knowing that iPhone13 pro max main lens has a field of view as a 26mm full frame lens.