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Photographer Julia Trotti is out with a revealing new video where she compares portraits shot with her entire arsenal of prime lenses: 24mm vs 35mm vs 50mm vs 85mm vs 135mm. We knew there would be a difference in the look of each portrait shot at different focal lengths, but we were surprised at how much.

Photographer Julia Trotti is out with a revealing new video where she compares portraits shot with her entire arsenal of prime lenses: 24mm vs 35mm vs 50mm vs 85mm vs 135mm. We knew there would be a difference in the look of each portrait shot at different focal lengths, but we were surprised at how much.

It's commonly said that a camera adds 10 pounds, making you look heavier than you actually are. Here's a striking animated GIF that shows how much the foca

It's commonly said that a camera adds 10 pounds, making you look heavier than you actually are. Here's a striking animated GIF that shows how much the

Today, we’re going to cover the first of our basic skills which is lens choice and what does “focal length” mean in photography.  The focal length is usually stated on the side of your camera lens. If you got a lens bundled in with your camera, it’s probably going to be something like an 18-55mm or a 24-105mm. The numbers refer to the distance between the lens and the image sensor when your subject is in focus.

Today, we’re going to cover the first of our basic skills which is lens choice and what does “focal length” mean in photography. The focal length is usually stated on the side of your camera lens. If you got a lens bundled in with your camera, it’s probably going to be something like an 18-55mm or a 24-105mm. The numbers refer to the distance between the lens and the image sensor when your subject is in focus.

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Depth of field refers to the area of your photograph that is in focus. Depth of field can vary from having a very thin sliver of your subject in-focus to a very expansive focus that covers everything in your entire photograph. Many photographers understand that aperture affects the depth of field in your image, but there are other important considerations as well. Join in! Depth of field is this week's topic for the Boost Your Photography: 52 Weeks Challenge. Depth of Field and Aperture Yes…