• Lensbaby - Second Edition: Bending your perspective A complete resource book with everything needed for creating successful Lensbaby images. Bbeautiful portfolio galleries are included covering a complete array of styles from many of the top photographers who worki with a Lensbaby
Do you wish you could learn each of the creative options the Lensbaby provides, then this book is for you! Seeing scenes with a new standpoint is at the core of Lensbaby encounters, and using the indispensable information within this book, you can soar your creative adventures to a higher level. Author Corey Hilz, Lensbaby Guru begins with a synopsis of the lenses in the Lensbaby suite.
Magic Lantern Guides: NIKON
- Moose Peterson - The newest version of one of the
better books ever created about selecting and using all the different types of
Nikon lenses! Starting out with useful definitions on terminology, basic
information on focal lengths and angles of view, plus tips on caring for the
lenses, a hard to beat manual that shows you photographers tricks on using
fisheyes, wide angles, ultra wides, plus normal lenses (including correct
handholding techniques), telephoto lenses, super telephotos, zoom lenses,
specialty lens, tele-converters, and classic lenses.
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Nikon F: The Lenses by Uli Koch By Uli Koch. (2003).
The broad range of Nikkor Lenses made the Nikon F so successful. The volume entitled "The Lenses" is dedicated to this perfect and innovative production line. This volume is filled with many tables and photographs describing them in detail.
CONTENTS: (By Section Heading)
The Nikkor Lenses--A Comprehensive Overview
The Standard Lenses
The Wide Angle Lenses
The Telephoto Lenses
The Long Telephoto Lenses
The Mirror Lenses
The Lenses From The Rangefinder Era
The Zoom Lenses
The Close-Up Lenses
The Fisheye Lenses
The Lenses With Special Properties
The Lens Accessories
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Quick Snap DSLR Lens Guide- David Busch's Quick Snap Guide to Using Digital SLR
Lenses" Is just the book when you're ready to venture out past just the bare
essentials with your DSLR camera but aren't quite which interchangeable camera
lens to buy and just as important, when and how to use every lens? The author
provides focused, concise details and technique on using different lenses to
capture great photos.
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Sigma Lenses: Series: The Expanded Guide Series - This book explores the
huge selection of Sigma lenses available for both DSLR and SLR cameras and talks
about how precise engineering assists photographers in maximizing their creative
abilities by fulfilling the complete potential of the photography equipment.
Information is provided on lenses which include macro,, normal, and wide angle
varieties, to unique lenses including aspherical ASP versions that offer
extraordinary optical performance in compact dimensions, APO types that diminish
color aberrations, to the OS versions that counteract camera shake.
Feb 11, 2011 ✓
• Tamron Lenses (The Expanded Guide) - Tamron lenses are familiar world over for their innovative features, compact designs, superior resolution, while being easy to use. Written by expert photographer, Andy Stansfield, this Expanded Guide examines the entire Tamron range of interchangeable lenses created for digital SLR and 35mm SLR cameras. Free of Jargon details are provided on lenses ranging from micro, standard, and wide-angles, to special lenses ranging from APS-C aspherical versions up to the big-ratio zoom lenses which Tamron pioneered in 1992, at a time when it announced the 28-200mm version. The information also includes the discontinued Tamron models, which continue to be sought after by photographers.. ✓
Enlightening reading addressing the attributes that telephoto lenses
possess. These characteristic, like depth of field, , angle of view, and
perspective are discussed in detail along with how to use them to compose a
photo. The author talks about Lens construction as well as tele-converters and
their benefits are discussed. Shooting using telephoto lens is then employed to
such areas as landscapes, sports, wildlife, portraits, and close up shots yet as
a substitute for macro lenses.
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