DSLR Lenses

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DSLR Lenses

  1. 1. THE RIGHT LENS FOR YOUR CREATIVE PROJECT
  2. 2. Standard Zoom Lens These are your standard every day lens. These lenses offer standard zoom and focusing options. They are great for portraits and family shots, as well as on the go photography.
  3. 3. Ultra-Wide Zoom Lens This lens allows you to bring more area into focus and achieve a greater depth of field. In addition, the zoom range allows for small adjustments in the coverage of your shots.
  4. 4. Fisheye Lens This is a type of wide- angle lens that is unique due to the dramatic curve in the lens glass which gives the image a hemispherical look. These lenses are useful for landscapes and creative shots .
  5. 5. Wide-Angle Lens These lenses offer you a unique perspective by expanding your angle of view and depth of field. They tend to be compact so they allow for more portability.
  6. 6. Telephoto Lens These long-focus lenses are perfect when shooting a subject from a distance. You are able to close-in on a subject and still capture details.
  7. 7. Super Telephoto Lens Similar to the telephoto lenses except they give you greater focal-lengths so you can shoot form even farther distances. These are great for shooting sports and wildlife.
  8. 8. Macro Lens These lenses allow you to view your subject in a whole new perspective. You are able to see detail on subjects that you could not see with your eyes alone.
  9. 9. Tilt-Shift Lens These lenses allow you to tilt the lens for selective focus. This can be a great lens for experimenting and using depth of field creatively. You can also use shift movements to correct converging lines.
  10. 10. Using a lens creatively…

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