Thanks for the replies! Yeah, I have a 50mm on a 5d, so I was think of it as my "human vision" lens, its perfect for film in most cases. Sometimes with skiing tho its hard to get the full skier when I want to. I also don't own a glidecam yet, but I'll be buying one soon so I think it'll be easier to work the camera without getting that shake.
I always just notice a bunch of people using super wide-angles with a lot of distortion, and I'm wondering if that really helps get more in the shot?
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