asked on February 7, 2018

Example:-
Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 has 14 elements and 11 groups
Canon 70-200mm f/4L IS has 20 elements and 15 groups
Amit Kumar Srivastava

answered on February 7, 2018

In any lens, elements are the specific lens pieces used and how are they arranged to obtain a particular feature, the arrangement is the group. Lenses

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SH
answered on January 3, 2019

You can use any lens for Bokeh Photography, Bokeh is defined as “the effect of a soft out-of-focus background that you get when shooting a subject, us

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Amit Kumar Srivastava

answered on January 6, 2018

Any lens with 24mm or less focal length would be ideal for landscape photography. Lenses with 18mm or less will provide wider perspective. Usually foc

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HP
answered on March 9, 2018

Try using snap

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Amit Kumar Srivastava

answered on October 1, 2018

You need to add more details to your question. What kind of photoshoot are you looking at?

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asked on December 19, 2016

Is shooting at 50mm using kit lens, e.g., 18-55mm and 50 mm prime lens is same?
Pranay Singh

answered on December 19, 2016
  1. Shooting with 50mm lens can let you shoot at aperture as wide as 1.8 but a 18-55mm will allow you to shoot only at 5.0 aperture 
  2. This difference itself
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SS
answered on May 30, 2018
Manual Mode is mode Which totally we have to control. All settings we have to set
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Nisarg Pandya

answered on February 5, 2018

You will need following things

  1. A DSLR camera with a 200mm+ telephoto lens or a point and shoot camera that has an optical zoom capability.
  2. A stable trip
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Pixean

answered on December 10, 2018
Image Stabilizer technology (IS) for Canon Lenses.
Vibration Reduction VR for Nikon Lenses.
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Aishik Saha

answered on September 13, 2018

First and foremost, learn the basics of exposure.

Refer to this article - Basics of Exposure 

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Rahul Patgaonkar

answered on February 6, 2018

Wide angle - 18-55 mm and 55-200 mm lenses required.

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Tejas Shirgaonkar

answered on February 7, 2018
Canon 50mm 1.8
Canon 85mm 1.8
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Amit Kumar Srivastava

answered on January 6, 2018

It totally depends on what you are shooting. For landscapes, usually f/8-f/11, ISO 100 and shutter 1/250 or higher during day time. Similarly for port

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asked on October 5, 2018

How to find out exif of the image if the image is clicked by iphone ?
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Amit Kumar Srivastava

answered on April 10, 2018

It depends on where are you uploading your pictures. Irrespective of the place, you watermark must be small enough not to cover much of your photo. Yo

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MA
answered on October 7, 2018

1 Best way to click pictures on a mobile phone is by using grid mode available on every cell phonenow you just have to put 9 things in those 9 boxes w

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Abhijeet Shinde

answered on January 2, 2018

Without flash

High ISO 1600 and above

F 3.5 or less

S approx 15

With flash (Diffuser options)

ISO 1200 approx 

F 4

S approx 30 

 

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Amit Kumar Srivastava

answered on March 19, 2018

Any telephoto lens with focal length 200mm and above would be good. This is generic and affordable for most of amateur photographers. 

If you are willi

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