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How to Choose a Lens for a DSLR


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  1. Prime lenses are generally sharper and faster than zooms (faster meaning, larger opening, lets in more light for faster shutter speeds in lower light, and lower depth of field).

  2. Thanks a lot for apparent explanation.

  3. Thank you soo much for this. Now I know what I need

  4. thank you! :D

  5. what is a good lens for up close stop motion shooting?

  6. Thanks so much!!! for all the information….great video, great information!! help me so much !!…regards, from Sweden

  7. Thanks for the help!

  8. Malik Haseeb Ahmad

    i'm looking wide angle lens not just for landscape more about group, senior, family, wedding lens what you think what is best for me ? thanks

  9. I am planning to buy Sony a77m2 with 16-50mm f2.8 ssm Lens. Should I buy the Tamron 70-300mm f4-5.6 VC USD for my Dslr?

  10. Hi I am beginner to photography and planning to purchase canon 700 D but wonder which lens would be suitable for me  as I am getting 3 option with lenses 
    1 – 18-55mm and 55-250mm IS II Lens 
    2 – 18-55mm STM
    2 18-135mmSTM

    it would be great if you could suggest me best option.. Thanks

  11. I have been shooting portraits for over 100 times in 2 years, 90% with 85mm 1.8. However, the distance between me and the model is too long, and makes communication too hard. I found that model's smile shown in my picture is lesser and lesser. Feeling a little bit frustrated recently and need some change. May start learn shooting with a 35mm 1.4. /more time commutate with models.

  12. Okay I'm new to all this. So there are only 3 types of dslr lens? The rest are for zooming? I think those are called powershots or something, not sure someone lead me through this please 

  13. Samuel Wanjohi (Sam Dablew)

    Four years down the line and this information has just gotten to me! Much appreciated!

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    Lenses are all preference.

  15. Is it true that prime lenses generally take better quality shots than zoom lenses? 

  16. Could you find a more unenthusiastic model?

  17. Wout Vandenwijngaert

    7:52 SQUIRREL

  18. Squirrel at 7:52 in the lower right

  19. Trick Photography 101

    Another camera setting that will help you create stunning images is the aperture. The aperture or f-stop setting controls how much light enters your camera’s lens. The rule for f-stop values is simple: the higher the f-stop value (ex: f=32), the darker your image.

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