I wanted to upload some examples but I can't for some reason. I have screenshots not urls. I can't seem to search the answer to this question considering I wouldn't exactly know how to search it. I don't know what to look for.
So my question is about perspective (I think this is the proper term to use). I noticed that 16mm, 35mm, and 85mm lenses not only have different field of views, but they have a different look. 16mm makes the face look skinnier, and the higher focal lengths made the faces wider. This I already knew but my question requires that I bring this up.
The Question: If I am using a camera with a super35 sensor with a 85mm FF lens attached, will the 85mm FF lens give me the same prospective of the face considering the crop factor from the sensor? I hope this is not a dumb question.
Usually somebody may get a 50mm lens or something close to that to have the same field of view as the 85mm on the crop sensor. Im afraid that doing this will make my picture change thats all.
Edited by Kendrick Gray, 28 August 2016 - 10:41 PM.