For a modern photographer, it is vital to be able to get fast and accurate autofocus from the camera. In this post I will give my thoughts on how to work with autofocus for simple scenes using the optical viewfinder.
Focusing process different photographers call in different ways: focus, focus, focus, get into sharpness, achieve focus, achieve focus, catch focus. When communicating, I most often use the word ‘to focus, which creates two meanings at once -‘ to focus ’to the camera for optimal sharpness and объект to focus’ to the photographer on the subject. Continue reading
Some cameras have a function to preview the depth of field. To understand how it works, you first need to know what the depth of field is, for example, you can read about it here.
Modern cameras always perform focusing at the maximum aperture. For example, if a standard 18-55mm F / 3.5-5.6 lens is used, then focusing will always be done on apertures from F / 3.5 to F / 5.6 (depending on the focal length). Continue reading
There is an easy way to get the ability to take a macro shot – this is to use reversing rings. Reversible rings are also called wrap rings.
Reversible rings should not be confused with a reverse macroadapter. The reversing adapter allows you to install one lens backwards on the camera for macro photography. Reversible rings allow two lenses to be joined using their front thread.
With such a docking, the reversing ring simply allows you to connect two lenses, the ring is screwed into the thread of the light filter with one side into one lens and the other side into the other lens, then the bundle is attached to the camera. It turns out that one lens is working on the camera in its normal position, and the second lens is working in the reversing position, as it is attached to the first backwards. Continue reading