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Macro photography involves photographing usually very small objects at extreme close-ups. This enables the objects to look larger than life size with greater detail. Along with a macro lens, it is important to select an aperture which achieves sharp detail of your subject with smooth background blur.Learn more about macro photography
Share more of what you see and deliver the most stunning landscape images. To capture those boundless canyons and soaring mountains, you'll need to use a wide angle lens to ensure nothing is left out of the scene. Wide angle lenses feature shorter focal lengths up to approximately 35mm.Learn more about landscape photography
Choosing the right lens for portrait photography is very subjective, and may depend on things like: how many people will be in the photo, whether you'll be indoor or outdoor or how much background blur you want to achieve. Portrait lenses generally range in a variety of focal lengths. The lenses that have only a fixed focal length are known as prime lenses and offer a wider maximum aperture than a zoom lens. This allows you to achieve beautiful background blur. Prime lenses provide superior clarity and more detail than zoom lenses when it comes to portrait photography.Learn more about portrait photography
Share more of what you see and deliver the most stunning landscape images. To capture those boundless canyons and soaring mountains, you'll need to use a wide angle lens to ensure nothing is left out of the scene. Wide angle lenses feature shorter focal lengths up to approximately 35mm.Learn more about wildlife photography
Capturing those fleeting yet critical moments on the street requires some quick thinking and confidence to get up close to your subject. Picking a lens for street photography is a personal choice; zoom lenses allow the change of focal length and enable you to zoom in on your subject or a scene without being noticed. Prime lenses have a fixed focal length, however are generally lighter, faster and produce sharper images. A fixed focal length forces you to be more creative when looking at the composition of your photograph, ultimately resulting in better photos.Learn more about street photography
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