Ja, ik begreep nu dat jij het woord perspectief zo gebruikt, vandaar dat ik het woord 'diepte' net benadrukte.
En nu klaar over offtopic onderwerp diepte perspectief.klik
And one more thing: there's a common misconception about perspective. Actually, the lens has no effect on it. Perspective is determined purely by distance to the subject. A wide-angle lens merely appears to have exaggerated perspective because it takes in more of the scene. Don't believe me: try it for yourself. Put the camera on a tripod or other fixed position, and take two pictures -- one at 28, the other at 100 mm. Then crop out the edges of the 28 until the area that's left exactly matches the picture shot at 100 mm. I guarantee that the perspective will be exactly the same. Cropping a 28 mm picture will get you the exact same perspective as if you had shot the picture at a longer focal length in the first place. The perception of lens affecting perspective arises from the fact that people normally think in terms of apparent size of the subject: switch to a shorter focal length, and you will have to step closer to your subject to keep it the same size, and this will change the perspective.