Join Ben Long for an in-depth discussion in this video A word about camera brands, part of Photography Foundations: Lenses.
If you've been shopping for a camera, you already know that there are a lot of…different brands and a lot of different cameras out there.…For that reason, we have made this course camera independent or camera agnostic.…There is no way that we can cover the specific controls of even one…brand's worth of camera.…And the good news is there's no reason for us to, because the things you are…going to learn here apply to any camera no matter who makes it and what…technology it may have inside. Because a lot of what we are going to talk here…is really just about physics and the way that light works.…That said, I want to say that you are going to see a lot of Canon gear here.…
Canon makes great cameras. So does Nikon, so does Pentax and so do Sony and…Panasonic and Olympus and Casio and many, many others.…The reason that we have chosen Canon for this course is that we have some…particular technical needs for some of the things that we are going to do in our production.…You're going to see large displays of the live view feed from a camera and some other things.…
- Understanding field of view and camera position
- Depth of field and lens choice
- How to choose a lens
- Examining lens features
- Using specialized lenses such as fisheye and tilt/shift lenses
- Focusing techniques
- Using filters
- Camera maintenance
Skill Level Beginner
Photography Foundations: Compositionwith Ben Long5h 29m Intermediate
2. What Is a Lens?
3. Focal Length, Camera Position, and Composition
4. Depth of Field
5. Choosing a Lens
6. Advanced Autofocus
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