Translation of wide-angle in Spanish:

wide-angle

amplio, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌwaɪdˈæŋɡəl/

adjective

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    amplio
    • With either method, using a wide-angle lens will provide room for framing error.
    • Even with a wide-angle lens the camera can only show a 75 degree view - and that at the expense of extreme distortion at the edges.
    • I have tried a fixed focus wide-angle eyepiece and was duly impressed with the bright image, but I still prefer the flexibility of the zoom and, at least at the top end of the market, the loss of light when zooming is not too great.
    • Depending on the system, the camera may be fixed in one location with a wide-angle lens, or it may have the ability to scan up and down, pan from side to side, or even zoom in and out.
    • A wide-angle lens or wide zoom setting will obviously help you work closer and get more people into the frame, but be careful not to take in too much distracting background.
    • At ground level a wide-angle lens will help exaggerate the perspective of long flower rows.
    • In calmer weather, you can use a wide-angle lens to capture a striking arrangement of rocks as the seas gently envelop them.
    • Unlike shooting with panoramic cameras, which rely on wide-angle lenses, this method works best with normal or mild telephoto lenses.
    • In some cases, you may even want to switch to a wide-angle lens to include more of the overall setting.
    • But once we got there we realized that I needed a tripod, and a wide-angle lens.
    • While a wide-angle lens's ability to include a broad view can be a real blessing, often it is better to use a telephoto lens to isolate a particularly interesting portion of a scene.
    • At a soccer match, for example, most of the action happens near the goal; stake your position there and you may even be able to shoot with just a normal or even a wide-angle lens.
    • Photographers may want to use a wide-angle lens as the nutrient-rich water expelled from the bay has generated a remarkable panorama, with myriad soft corals, whips, and hard corals.
    • Perhaps my disappointment arose because I went in with a wide-angle lens on my camera and a preconception of vertical walls and clear waters.
    • The painter has used a method resembling a camera's wide-angle lens.
    • His use of a wide-angle lens facilitated deep focus for faces and musculature, allowing him to render iconic, nearly sculptural images of beauty.
    • Lenses shorter than 50 mm are considered wide-angle lenses; those longer than normal are considered telephoto or long lenses.
    • The photographs in the book are shot with a wide-angle lens, allowing Wolfe to depict animals in intimate connection with their habitats.
    • The best place to start is with the wide-angle lens - start with your personal mission statement, then look at the roles you are currently filling in life and the priorities attached to those.
    • From nearby, use a wide-angle lens to exaggerate the height of sheer rock walls or steep cliffs.