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But the longer the focal length, the less intimate the environmental photo.
i've wasted too much time today trying to illustrate the narrow-mindedness of your opinions; i'm not even going to address this one, other than to say that there are a million examples to show that this statement is simply not true.
as with all photography, focal length choice starts with choosing a ratio between the distance between the camera and the subject compared to the distance to the background: based upon (among many other factors) desired compression and subject/background separation, choice aperture and dept of field, etc)
obviously if you're in a 10 foot square space, a 150mm lens isn't going to show much, but to state as a general rule that a longer focal length is less intimate is, well, whatever Chez, have a great wkend
i guess @ 110mm, this isn't "intimate" and doesn't give a sense of the environment we were in: