Tag Archives: Lens

Reciprocal rule Photography written with a blurry image of a yellow taxi in the background

Reciprocal Rule | A Simple Way To Avoid Blurry Images

The reciprocal rule in photography is a simple guideline which suggests shutter speeds for lenses of specific focal length, so as to avoid blur. It is very simple to set it up…

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Shooting The Falling Tree Leaves In a forest with yellow leaves all around using a cell phone camera on an iPhone

Mobile Photography With External Lenses | Tips & Tricks

Everyone has a smartphone with a camera of some kind in their pockets and they somehow want to maximize its abilities to take images. External lenses are a

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Landscape image of a mountain range explaining the plane of focus

Subject Distance & Aperture Value | This Is What You Should Know

Depth Of Field is NOT fixed for a particular aperture value. This is a classic mistake that most new photographers make. Actually DoF is dependent on the…

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Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens for Canon Cameras. The Nifty Fifty lens

6 Reasons Why The “Nifty Fifty” Is The Next Upgrade From Your Kit Lens

We photographers refer to the classic 50mm prime lens as the “Nifty Fifty”. “Nifty” because is it one of the most versatile, sharp, all-around lens that you

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F-stop vs T=stops explained

F-stops Vs T-Stops | Which One Should You Use?

In the world of photography, you really wouldn’t see T-stops used in many places.However in video/filmmaking sphere,all you WILL see are T-stops.This is why

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Girl holding her glasses in front of a green background

Camera Diopter | What All Photographers With Glasses Should Know

A camera dioptre is an optical tool that adjusts your camera’s viewfinder to suit your eyes. This is especially important for photographers with glasses.

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Lens of a camera and the corresponding lens hood

Lens Hood | All You Need To Know

A Lens Hood is a small circular black piece of (conical or petal shaped) plastic which can be attached to the front of a lens for added protection from stray rays of light

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Focus Breathing Problem

Focus Breathing | The Unsaid Problem Of Many Lenses

Put very simply, focus breathing is the tendency of a lens to automatically zoom out when changing focus from infinity to a close subject or vice versa.

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