Answer: The camera doesn’t matter. There’s no inherently “best” lens. There is only a “best” lens when considering what’s best for what we do when it comes to our work as photographers. The lenses are the same in focal length…
Question: Which type of lens is better for portraits, a 50mm f1/8 lens or a 85mm f1/8 lens? Both are the same in terms of maximum exposure. In terms of focal length, which do you prefer? Why not use both?…
Question: Will a zoom lens set to the same focal length as a prime lens have the same wide angle? Yes. Focal length is focal length. Focal length provides an angle of view and lens perspective In terms of general…
Stopping up and stopping down. Opening up closing down. Faster lens, slower lens. Those are just some of the terms you may hear when photographers talk about photography. To me, those terms are unclear photography jargon and the meaning of…
The camera has nothing to do with this. The lens may not allow for that much exposure. If you’re using a variable focal length (zoom) lens, the effective exposure of the lens may vary at different focal lengths. Study And…
Other than it being a DSLR, I don’t know much about that camera. Whatever camera ya’ get, Id’ suggest your lens is something to think about. Are ya gonna be makin’ pictures of grizzlies or squirrels? Study And Practice Photography…
Answer: Bokeh has nothing to do with your camera. Bokeh is an effect caused by the shape of the aperture. The aperture is in your lens. Use your aperture to get a the shallowest depth of field possible and focus…
An F-stop Is an opening in your lens. While many photographers use the term F-stop, I prefer the word aperture. Aperture, F-stop, we can use whatever term we want. What aperture we pick influences the composition of your photograph in…
I talk about the camera as doing three things and, in order to help photographers to begin to develop a thought process behind their pictures, these three things MUST be done in consciously by the photographer .
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When it comes to digital camera sensors and the lens you put on your camera there are different scenarios that are possible and those different scenarios have different visual outcomes.
As a photographer you can use these outcomes as part of your composition.
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