02-15-2021 02:12 PM
Whichever one works.
For portraits of faces 50mm is recommended for crop frame cameras like your T6.
Other wise, it depends on how big the subject is, and how far away you are.
I used my 60mm macro for snowflakes:
but they were too small to fill the frame.
02-15-2021 02:28 PM
In the other thread you started (now linked to this one), you state that you have both an 18-55 and 75-300 but nothing works.
Can you explain what specifically you are trying? Can you show an example?
While you don't have 20mm worth of focal lengths, that's not going to prohibit you from taking head shots, head/shoulder, half-body, three-quarter or full body images.
02-15-2021 03:05 PM
Full body shots. Unfortunately, I have no examples. I want to print an image of a person
without "shrinking" the body's width to a "stick" figure. I cannot figure out how to use
Photoshop to do that.
02-15-2021 03:26 PM
Sorry, I'm not following at all. So this isn't a "figure out what lens to use" issue, it's what to do in Photoshop?
You'll really need to provide a screenshot at least showing what the issue is.
02-15-2021 03:32 PM
not for photoshop. I thought there might be a lense that would allow a photo of a figure
to fill the screen with as little background as possible...I guess it may be a "width" issue,
as the height stays constant...what is a good lense to allow me to get a close-up without
losing the entire body?