Wide-angle lenses can be a lot of fun because they allow you to play with perspective and geometry like no other type of lens. They are great companions for landscapes, architecture and astro-photography, but also work well for events and other genres where a wide angle of view can enrich your work and vision.
Updated on: October 29th, 2019 The term “full frame” has become extremely popular within the mirrorless sector, starting with the release of the Sony A7 and A7R in late 2013. Leica followed a few years later but it was really between 2018 and 2019 that the segment took off, with Nikon, Canon, Panasonic and Sigma […]
A quick look inside the camera bag of most photographers will usually reveal at least one wide-angle prime or zoom. Wide-angle lenses make it possible to include much more of the scene in your composition, making them an excellent choice for landscapes, as well as other genres such as architecture (both indoors and out), group […]
If you take a peek inside the bag of most photographers, you will likely find at least one wide-angle lens. Wide-angle lenses allow you to capture much more of the scene even if you stand close to your subject, giving the image more context and a sense of real proximity to the action or location. […]
Updated on: February 3rd, 2019 When most people buy their first Micro Four Thirds camera – or any digital camera for that matter – they normally begin by using the kit zoom included in the box. Once you become serious about a specific genre however, the kit zoom on its own is no longer enough […]