dslr lenses- get to know all about telephoto, prime lenses, wide angle and kit lenses! Which to use for faces, which to use for places, and everything in between. (great info for beginner photographers)

dslr lenses- get to know all about telephoto, prime lenses, wide angle and kit lenses! Which to use for faces, which to use for places, and everything in between. (great info for beginner photographers)

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Buying new lenses: 7 questions to ask yourself and key features explained | Digital Camera World - page 2
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Ring Light is a budget friendly ring flash and constant light that works well with your Canon or Nikon DSLR camera.

Ring Light is a budget friendly ring flash and constant light that works well with your Canon or Nikon DSLR camera.

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Great online tutorial on how film using a DSLR camera, what lenses need to be used and how they can enhance your project.

Great online tutorial on how film using a DSLR camera, what lenses need to be used and how they can enhance your project.

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Why a 50mm Lens is your new Best Friend - Digital Photography School
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Best Lenses for Nikon D5500 DSLR camera. Looking for recommended lenses for your Nikon D5500? Here are the top rated Nikon D5500 lenses.

Best Lenses for Nikon D5500 DSLR camera. Looking for recommended lenses for your Nikon D5500? Here are the top rated Nikon D5500 lenses.

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Wide-angle lenses are excellent for landscape, architecture, indoor, group shots and night/sky photography. You can obviously use them for anything, even as a walk-around lens, but their focal leng…

Wide-angle lenses are excellent for landscape, architecture, indoor, group shots and night/sky photography. You can obviously use them for anything, even as a walk-around lens, but their focal leng…

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If I’d just bought a Canon DSLR, the first thing I’d do is pick up a trio of lenses to go with it. I’d start with the Canon 50mm f/1.8 II, then add a Canon 70-200mm f/4L. Then I&#…

If I’d just bought a Canon DSLR, the first thing I’d do is pick up a trio of lenses to go with it. I’d start with the Canon 50mm f/1.8 II, then add a Canon 70-200mm f/4L. Then I&#…

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