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Lens Guide: Best Lenses to Move up to from a Kit Lens
Lens Guide: Best Lenses to Move Up To From a Kit Lens -By Rebecca Bennett -most professional photographers advise beginners to skip the kit lens altogether and just purchase the camera they’re after—or at the very least, to quickly buy a better lens and use the kit lens only as a backup lens.
Looking to Buy a DSLR? | Click it Up a Notch®
Are you thinking about buying a DSLR? I know one of the questions I hear most often is “I’m looking to upgrade to a DSLR, what type of camera do you recommend?” Here are a few tips and things to consider before buying your first camera. Expensive DSLR does not equal professional quality photos. I …
Why You Should Use Your Lens Hood
Why you should use your lens hood: Time and again I get asked by those starting out in photography, “What is this thing that came with my lens?” What they are referring to is the lens hood included with most new lenses. For those new to cameras and lenses, it looks odd as it is often cut in a wave-like pattern. A lens hood’s main purpose is to block light. If the lens is a prime lens (fixed focal length, non-zooming) the hood will resemble a tube, often larger at one end than the other. For ...