We are explaining lenses, what is focal distance and what is f stop. We present few examples and sketches for an easy understanding of the photography terminology of focal distance, focal length, f stop, aperture, all related to camera lenses.
Understanding Camera Lenses Focal Distance vs F Stop
This is on a Rebel T1i, so if you have a different camera, make sure to apply my directions and compare them to your manual so that you don't break anything.
Cleaning & caring for your expensive camera equipment doesn't have to be difficult, I break down the major parts and give you suggestions on what to use.
Lens comparison for the following lenses:1.8mm, 2.5mm, 3.6mm, 4mm, 8mm, 12mm, 16mm, 6-60mm, 5-100mm. The footage shows holds true for bullet cameras, dome cameras, box cameras, and any other type of CCTV cameras using a 1/3" CCD.
Camera lenses are covered in all sorts of numbers designating things like focal length and aperture... but in this age of digital cameras with sensors from 1/1.5" to Full-Frame, what do they all mean... and just what is a "35mm equivalent"?
Pringles-can lens extender produces dazzling ultra close-ups for peanuts
Everyone loves BOKEH! Here I show 4 tips to create great bokeh with simple kit lenses, and with larger F number, and variable aperture lenses.
Is the 18-55mm kit lens that comes with many DSLRs good enough for portraits?
The best 'zoom' lens is your feet! Why? Because changing focal length on your lens also changes how your photo will look. So once you know in what way different focal lengths (or zooms) will affect your images - you can begin choosing a zoom setting because of creative reasons rather than simply zooming in and out hoping it'll look good
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