Give a new world to your photos (Types of Camera Lenses)

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If you’re new to photography, the vast collection of lenses available on the market might seem a little challenging for one to decide. A fine camera lens will capture standard photos with enough detail and contrast; on the other hand, a poor one can leave your images looking noisy, blurry and dull. Normally, a camera comes with a kit lens of 18-55mm. It is cheaply made, and hence easy for you to purchase.

Types of Camera Lenses:

This blog will guide you and will help you to make these major decisions so that you can buy a lens that suits all of your inventive and practical needs. But for that, you need to understand the differences between the types of camera lenses.1- Wide Angle Lenses:

1- Wide Angle Lenses:

Wide angle lense A super wide-angle lens is grouped as anything less than 20mm, while wide-angle is 21-35mm. If you’re willing to buy a wide-angle lens, it’s important to know that they capture more than the normal angle of view of the human eye. It also interprets the depth, taking a visible greater area in focus, or depth of field and making things seem further away (far away). These lenses are ideal for landscapes, and also for taking large groups of people.

A super wide-angle lens is grouped as anything less than 20mm, while wide-angle is 21-35mm. If you’re willing to buy a wide-angle lens, it’s important to know that they capture more than the normal angle of view of the human eye. It also interprets the depth, taking a visible greater area in focus, or depth of field and making things seem further away (far away). These lenses are ideal for landscapes, and also for taking large groups of people.2- Standard Lenses:

2- Standard Lenses:

Standard Lense The focal length of a standard lens is 35-70mm, and the most common standard lens is 50mm lens. Canon 50mm f1.8 / Nikon 50mm f1.8D lens is an example of a fixed lens. An angle of view is approximately the same as the angle that the human eye can easily view; it produces images which appear “natural” to the viewer. Frequently used for street photography and documentary, where photographers need to move swiftly just to capture an interesting point of action.

The focal length of a standard lens is 35-70mm, and the most common standard lens is 50mm lens. Canon 50mm f1.8 / Nikon 50mm f1.8D lens is an example of a fixed lens. An angle of view is approximately the same as the angle that the human eye can easily view; it produces images which appear “natural” to the viewer. Frequently used for street photography and documentary, where photographers need to move swiftly just to capture an interesting point of action.

3- Medium / Portrait Lens:Portrait Lense

80-135mm lenses are almost always used by portrait photographers. At this range, fixed lenses develop idea framing for shoulders and head shots. These lenses decrease the depth of field, allowing you to isolate your subjects from the background by focusing. Canon EF 100mm F/2.8 Macro USM lens is an example of these types of lenses.

4- Telephoto:

TelephotoA lens with 135mm and 300mm range is an accurate telephoto lens. More commonly used for wildlife and sports photography, an important function is to bring distant objects closer; everything in front of or behind that plane falls into a blur. Canon EF 200mm f/2L IS USM is an example of a telephoto lens.

A lens with 135mm and 300mm range is an accurate telephoto lens. More commonly used for wildlife and sports photography, an important function is to bring distant objects closer; everything in front of or behind that plane falls into a blur. Canon EF 200mm f/2L IS USM is an example of a telephoto lens.

5- Specialist Lenses:

 – Macro:Macro

These lenses focus closer to an object than normal lenses with a 1:1 ratio. It has the ability to pick out the tiniest details and enhancing them larger than we can see with the naked eye. For example, details on a butterfly or a flower’s pollen spores etc.

 – Fisheye:

Fisheye Lens They are on the border of wide-angle lenses, produces a twisted or distorted vision of the subject. Enhancing the central part of the image, and objects diminish in size in all directions around it.

Our job is to provide you the simplest way to attain your goal and requirements. We have provided you with all the cheap as well as expensive ranges and we hope it has made it easier for you to decide. It is important for you to look out for alternative options if a particular lens is out of your budget. For example, you may want to consider buying a secondhand (used lens) just for the first attempt and for your practice. Once you have practiced and wish to move onto more advanced photo-taking, you can then splurge on more expensive lenses.

 

 

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