London is one of the most photographed and filmed cities in the world, but photographer and filmmaker Luke Miller has managed to capture it in a truly unique way.
His beautiful short film titled ‘Sun Moon London’ captures the city as it’s illuminated by the sun and the moon. The difference here though is he’s shot it with a lens equivalent to 2520mm.
Discovering a feature in the Magic Lantern firmware for his Canon EOS 5D Mark III DSLR that provided him with a 3x crop with no loss of quality, he partnered it with his Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 super telephoto lens. This gave him a focal length equivalent to 1800mm at the long end of the zoom, and by adding a 1.4x teleconverter, hit a staggering 2520mm. The resulting focal length meant that foregrounds and backgrounds were incredibly compressed.