Lenses

If you're looking to buy a new lens with the latest optical technology, you're in luck.
By William Sawalich
If you're looking to buy a new lens with the latest optical technology, you're in luck. Manufacturers have spent 2012 introducing many new models from which to choose. Whether you're shopping for an extreme zoom for your mirrorless camera or a superfast wide-angle prime for your DSLR, there's literally something…

Using A Teleconverter

Get extra reach with an affordable alternative to extreme tele lenses
By Mike Stensvold
Supertelephoto lenses are really expensive, but worth it for those who can afford the cost, due to their superb optics and AF performance, and fast maximum apertures. But there's an accessory that can give those on a budget access to supertele "reach" at a much lower cost: the teleconverter. PROS…

Intro To Macro

Macro photography is a passport to a world of details and new perspectives
By Wes Pitts
Macro photography is a passport to a world of details and new perspectives. It's also one of the most challenging types of photography to master, but don't let that stop you. Whether you want to get into product photography or explore the intricacies of nature, with the right lens, camera…

All About Lens Adapters

If you use an interchangeable-lens camera, a simple accessory can broaden your creative possibilities.
By Mike Stensvold
If you use an interchangeable-lens camera, a simple accessory can broaden your creative possibilities. Lens adapters let you attach and use lenses that weren't made for your camera. Among the benefits are a wider choice of lenses, access to "premium" lenses (e.g., Leica, Schneider, Zeiss) and the ability to use…

Lenses

Some photographers still ask if they can use old 35mm-film lenses on new DSLRs.
By William Sawalich
SOME PHOTOGRAPHERS still ask if they can use old 35mm-film lenses on new DSLRs. The answer is yes you can, but you probably won't want to. Why? Because digital sensors handle light differently than film. Designed-for-digital lenses focus light differently to better register on the image sensor, and digital-specific coatings…

It’s The Lens, Baby!

Selective focus is a hot trend in photography. The soft, dreamy look is ideal for portraits, close-ups and scenics, directing attention by blurring your subject’s surroundings.
By The Editors
Selective focus is a hot trend in photography. The soft, dreamy look is ideal for portraits, close-ups and scenics, directing attention by blurring your subject's surroundings. When you want the creative effects of selective focus in-camera, you can't beat the simplicity of Lensbaby lenses and optics. A big part of…
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