Photographic Lenses: Photographer's Guide to Characteristics, Quality, Use and Design
The lens mounted on the camera greatly influences, the the image quality created by any camera and is essential to any major selection of a camera system and lens for significant work. This guide provides an all inclusive, devoted handling of all categories of camera lenses for all varieties of cameras, including digitals. Delved into in much detail are the jargons of lenses, how diverse types of lenses function, the benefit and shortcoming of different categories of lenses, and
why the aperture, angle of view, shutter, and focusing capability of a lens affects the images captured with it. Budding photographers will also be introduced the fundamental of lens design, retrofocus lenses, aspheric lens elements, image stabilizers, shift control lenses, and a great deal more. This book provides a logical in-depth enlightenment of photographic lenses from the casual to judicious user. It has a number decent description of different lens characteristics.
About the Author
Ernst Wildi has also authored Achieving the Ultimate Image and Composition Techniques from a Master Photographer. He
resides in the city of Wachtung, New Jersey.
Feb 10, 2011