Professional sport photography requires a high-quality DSLR camera equipped with an excellent telephoto lens – we look at the best Canon sport lenses including modes like the Canon EF 400mm f/2.8L IS III USM.
There are two different types of lenses based on whether they can or cannot zoom. The term prime lens is used for lenses which have a fixed focal length. I.e., they cannot zoom. These lenses are less complicated to operate thanks to the absence of one ring.
The term focal length has been explained elsewhere on this website. For the term zoom lenses please refer to this section.
Since prime lenses have a fixed focal length manufacturers concentrate on the optics of the lens. Manufacturing processes are geared towards image sharpness, quality, and contrast.
Apart from these, there are other prime lenses too like the portrait photographer’s favorites the 85mm and the 105mm as well as the 135mm. These are many others.
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Nikon’s hasn’t sat quietly after launching the Z-mount system and the initial set of lenses that came with the Z6 and the Z7 cameras. They have been silently filling the shelves with new and interesting glass to woo all types of photographers to switch over. Sometimes though, at the detriment of their own well established
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In this article we shall discuss tips on capturing Bokeh. The word Bokeh has been taken from the Japanese dictionary and it means “blur”.
Are you looking for lenses for your Canon M50 but don’t know where to start? In this article, we cover the best Canon M50 lenses for any photographer.
Listen up DSLR video enthusiasts–we wrote this comparison for you! Today we’re comparing the best Canon lenses for video to make it easier for you. Our Picks As The Best Canon Lenses For Video Shooting: Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM (Top pick as the best standard prime) Canon EF 40mm f/2.8 STM Canon EF 24-70mm
Today, we’re looking at the best street photography lens for Nikon as well as Canon DSLRs. If you’re looking for the best mirrorless lenses for shooting street photography, we have a separate discussion for that. Check it out. Otherwise, let’s get straight to the good stuff. Sticking to our tradition, here’s our shortlist the best
The thing about fast aperture lenses is that they produce the best out of focus effects. If you are reading this that’s what you are here for, right? The best bokeh lenses. You’re looking for something that will melt away the background clutter into oblivion. Every photographer, at least once in his/her career, longs for
The 50mm lens is a classic focal length, perfect for many styles of photography. Ahh, the good old nifty-fifty–such a classic lens! The 50mm prime is a quintessential piece of equipment every photographer should own at least once in their lifetime. And, today we’re looking at the best 50mm for Canon mount cameras: Let’s have
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Compare the best lenses for video shooting: ✓ Nikon AF-S Nikkor 85mm f/1.8G, ✓ AF-S ✓ 85mm f/1.4G, ✓ AF-S Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8G ED, ✓ AF-S Nikkor 50mm f/1.4G, ✓ AF-S Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8G ED Lens, ✓ AF-S Nikkor 35mm f/1.8 G ED. Find and buy the best now!
Sigma is known for making Nikon and Canon like lenses at a much lower price without compromising much in terms of quality. We reviewed the best Sigma lenses ranging from 20mm all the way to 600mm focal length.
No camera is complete without its associated piece of optics. The Sony a6300 is no different. Today we look at the best lenses for Sony a6300.
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Digital SLR cameras combine the benefits of shooting in manual mode with the convenience of being able to review your images instantly without having to wait for them to come out of the darkroom. With Photoshop and Lightroom, you carry your darkroom with you wherever you go. PhotoWorkout recommends: Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan (Photoshop CC +
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