Hi my beloved art friends.
I have a doubt on wat are all the good lenses to be used to perform on very naturalistic conditions?
- To depict the mood of pleasent
- to emphasise the viewers to grab them into a lonely venue>
- the sun shadows play on our world surface!!!!!!!!
- how that shadows imply the audience perceptions
Maybe I'm the only one, but I'm not grasping the intent of your questions on Cinematography.com.
What precisely IS a "naturalistic condition"? Arguably, NO lens will ever capture something in a "pure" way. By virtue of the focal length, exposure chosen, shutter speed, frame rate, film stock/digital format, height of camera, quality of camera, and when the Operator chooses to hit the "On" and "Off" buttons, there is absolutely NO way that "reality" can ever be captured in any type of "pure" form.
Say, in reality, we have a fairly serene setting of a bunny rabbit eating something in a pristine white snowy setting. Now, one could easily shoot that with a long lens (so as not to frighten the bunny) and lock it off or do some very graceful moves to and from the bunny with a crane or jib or with a geared head.
OR, the exact same setting could be shot with a VERY long lens, handheld, with a tight shutter at high grain/gain and create tension where there "really" is none.
The POINT of Cinematography, as I see it, is to control what the audience will eventually see. That could be purely informational or for entertainment. Regardless, the camera/lens/medium is NOT an impassive observer. The choices we make in all the elements involved in "photographer/cinematography" shape what is real into something else no matter how "pure" we intend to preserve a moment, like a bunny eating on a serene snowbank.
So, you're asking which lens can best capture reality? In my opinion, none of them do, because there are too many other variables involved in image acquisition to make one singular element prominent enough to "capture reality."