Photography assignment help?

Could you please help me, I am about to submit my first assignment for lenses in photogrpahy, Could you please tell me if there is anything wrong with the lenses i have chosen for the 10 different scenarios.. This is my assignment For each of the following hypothetical photographic assignments you have the... show more Could you please help me, I am about to submit my first assignment for lenses in photogrpahy, Could you please tell me if there is anything wrong with the lenses i have chosen for the 10 different scenarios..
This is my assignment
For each of the following hypothetical photographic assignments you have
the following equipment at your disposal (note that you do not have any zoom
lenses):
Two small format DSLR cameras with full sized 35mm sensors
20mm lens
24mm tilt-shift lens
35mm lens
50mm lens
90mm tilt-shift lens
100mm macro lens
135mm lens
300mm lens
Neutral Density Filter
Polarising Filter
Two quick cycle portable flash units made specifically for your cameras
Transportable studio flash gear
Tripod
Monopod
Nominate which of the above mentioned equipment you would use for each of
the following 10 scenarios and give a brief explanation of why you made
those choices:
Scenario 1
A large art gallery has hired you to photograph every individual framed painting in the gallery for an upcoming exhibition. They require colour accurate copies of the artwork for use in a catalogue.
A - 90mm tilit shift lens - You can be at floor level and shoot large paintings and correct for perspective because you'll be looking upwards. Polorizer to eliminate reflections, Tripod to eliminate camera shake
Scenario 2
An advertising agency has hired you to photograph individual “pack shots” of a range of packet soups. The soups come in small rectangular boxes, which have a glossy finish. They want the pack to look heroic and important.
A - 24mm tilt shift lens to make the soup look herioc and important, Polarising filter to minimise reflections on packaging, Tripod to eliminate camera shake
Scenario 3
A men’s magazine has hired you to shoot an action outdoor fashion feature of a male model in the centre of a large city wearing various business suits. They want lots of movement in the images and are happy with some motion blur.
A - 300mm Telephoto lens because this would give you great still shots with motion blur background.
Tripod to eliminate camera shake
Scenario 4
A sports magazine wants you to photograph an afternoon football game and they get you a press pass, which allows you access to the playing field. They want high contact physical shots with frozen action.
A - 300mm telephoto lens this will give you high contact physical shots while being a safe distance away. Tripod to minimise camera shake
Scenario 5
A lifestyle magazine wants you to shoot a cover shot of a woman in a large, bright, modern city apartment. The woman is to be the main focus, but they would also like some of the atmosphere of the apartment to be evident.
A - 135mm wide angle lens would give a great focus on the model while having the apartment be in the shot too. Tripod to eliminate camera shake
Scenario 6
You have been hired to photograph a wedding in a church. The light is bright enough to avoid having to use a flash and the minister has allowed you access to all areas
A - 50mm ens great for up close and personal shots on there big day
Scenario 7
You have been hired by a gossip magazine to shoot “social” shots at a gala movie premier one evening. The location is inside a dark Rococo (ornate) cinema and you have a press pass and are free to mingle with the “stars”. The editor requires a collection of posed and candid shots as the crowd parties through the night.
A - 135mm lens because this will deliver high quality images in low light conditions
Scenario 8
A book publisher has hired you to photograph Italian food in their studio for a new cookbook. The studio has large windows along one wall and lots of working space. They want the entire book shot from above, looking down on the food with an “aerial” perspective.
A - 100mm macro lens for high quality close up images
Scenario 9
A book publisher wants you to travel through France to photograph a book on wine. They want farm and regional images, as well as shots inside the cellars and manufacturing areas. They are on a tight schedule and have a limited budget, so you will be travelling alone in a small rented car without an assistant. You have only three weeks to cover all viticulture areas before the autumn harvest.
A - 135mm lens for cellar and regional images, 300mm lens for farm animals this lens would be greatbecausee you can get a great shot from a good distance away and not disturb any animals and 2 cameras 1 for backup
Scenario 10
A fashion magazine wants you to photograph the latest trends in makeup. You will be shooting female models in a studio and they may be accessorised with the latest earrings and other jewellery, but the makeup is the star. They are looking for striking, close-up images with vivid colour and texture
A - 300mm lens would deliver high quality portrait pictures of the models, Tripod to eliminate camera shake and studio flash light gear.
Thankyou xxx any helpwouldd be greatly appreciated
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