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Lenses (Part 5) – Specialised Lenses & Tricks

NOTE: Apologies for the delay in publishing this fifth and last entry… thanks for your patience!! This last entry in the “Lenses” series is comprised of two sections, one dealing with “specialised” lenses and another with some tricks that one … Continue reading

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Lenses (Part 4) – Other Properties

Aside of what we’ve covered so far in the first three posts of this series, there are also a number of other properties worth learning about. This post will introduce such properties to give you a more thorough grasp on … Continue reading

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Lenses (Part 3) – Prime or Zoom?

This next post builds on where Part 2 left off. We have seen that a lens can be categorised, broadly, as being either within the wide-angle, standard/normal or telephoto category, depending on its focal length. However, there are lenses out … Continue reading

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Lenses (Part 2) – Focal Lengths

In Part 1, I introduced the theme of “lenses” by providing a definition of what a lens is, and presenting two “concepts” relating to lenses – the “zoom factor” and “focusing“. Today’s entry deals with the former. For starters, let’s … Continue reading

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Lenses (Part 1) – Introduction

By now, if you’ve been following this blog, you should know a bit more about how cameras work, how an exposure is made, and how to juggle between the various exposure modes. We also covered a number of tutorials dealing … Continue reading

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