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Sony Expands Full-Frame Lens Lineup With A New 20mm Ultra-Wide F1.8 Prime Lens
The New FE 20mm F1.8 G from Sony is the widest full-frame prime lens in E-mount lineup.
Another 3rd Party Lens Is Coming For Nikon Z Mounts – The Viltrox 20mm f/1.8
Another 3rd Party Brand has announced lenses for the Nikon Z Mirrorless system. If these lenses are good, is it helpful or hurting Nikon?
New Canon 50mm F/1.8 STM Is Now Available! | First Impressions
Yesterday afternoon we received our first shipment of the new Canon 50mm F/1.8 STM, and I was able to open one up to get some quick initial impressions.
Pricing on the Highly Anticipated Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM Is Lower than Expected!
Sigma rocked the photography world when it announced this 18-35mm F1.8 zoom lens. It is the first zoom lens ever to have a constant aperture of F1.8, and do to that pricing estimates ranged from $1000 to $1800.
A Look Through My Lens
I had the pleasure this last weekend of being able to spend some time working with a few models, something that I admit is one of my weaker photography skills. But you can only get better with practice, so I took the weekend and paid a few professional traveling models to come shoot with me.
Sigma 1.8 Zoom Sample Images Hit the Web
Sigma made waves earlier this week with the announcement of the new Art 18-35 F1.8 zoom lens. This is making history as the first ever 1.8 Zoom lens ever mass produced for public consumption. A lot of questions about the lens remain, mainly about how it will perform and its build quality.
Easy Guide to Creating Beautiful Bokeh
Bokeh is a very popular creative look that many photographers sought after. It describes the aesthetic quality of the out-of-focus areas of an image and how pleasing the blur looks, particularly in the background areas. In our shooting guide, we will explain what is considered good and bad bokeh, and we will show you how to get beautiful bokeh in your images.
Shallow Depth of Field | Aperture Guide Pt 2
In this article, we will talk about what aperture is primarily used for in photography, which is to control depth of field (DOF). Depth of field is the front-to-back zone in a photograph where objects appear acceptably sharp. We will cover both the shallow and deep depth of field, as well as the other factors that affect depth of field, aperture, distance between you and the subject, focal length, and the sensor size.