Quote Originally Posted by DrPablo View Post
There must be a similar phenomenon for drawings and paintings, assuming any perspective is consistent across the picture. I mean the print doesn't know if it's passed through a lens or not.
I have long admired "Flaming June" in the Ponce Museum of Art, and have always believed that, given it's square format, it must have been painted from a photo taken by a Hasselblad with about a 150mm lens.
http://images.google.com.pr/imgres?i...&ct=image&cd=1

The fact that it was painted in 1895 is but a small flaw in my reasoning.