Finding the best “all around lens” can be a challenge. If you own multiple lenses, you know that they all have their purpose. 600mm for wildlife, 50mm f/1.4 for portraits, 100mm Macro for macro, 14mm for landscapes, and so on.
Some lenses are gargantuan enough to warrant their very own case. Most telephoto lenses fall into this category. Storing a telephoto lens in your main camera bag can take up the space of three or four normal lenses. Not to
Most entry level DSLR users start out with the well-known 18-55mm kit lens. Manufacturers like Canon and Nikon have for the most part decided this is the best lens for beginners, and they are not wrong. It has a decent
Battery grips are functional extensions of your camera that increase your battery life and improve camera holding ergonomics. If you want to know what battery grips are all about, check it out our article: Battery Grips Explained. We cover the
Macro photography is a great way to capture photos from a whole new perspective. Bringing the camera up-close to subjects allows us to explode very fine details on today’s 20MP+ sensors. Typically, these images are captured with macro lenses. These