50mm 1.8 vs 1.4

Everything You Want to Know About Camera Lenses: Part 6-50mm 1.8 vs 1.4

Everything You Want to Know About Camera Lenses: Part vs Can't afford the just yet but definitely going for the

Photography Tips | Learn what a difference an inexpensive 50mm lens can make in your photography - even if you shoot on AUTO! Great comparison of photos from the 50mm vs the kit lens. Part of the "better photos on AUTO" series.

get better photos on auto with a 50mm lens

Learn what a difference an inexpensive lens can make in your photography - even if you shoot on AUTO! Great comparison of photos from the vs the kit lens. Part of the "better photos on AUTO" series. I love my new lens.

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Yes, You Need a 50 mm Lens

I've seen and heard more about macro photography lately, and because I love paying attention to little details and being close up to things when I take photos; I could see myself doing some macrophotography like this, especially with nature.

Lens hood comparison. Tulip or Tube shaped? What is best? Read the blog post for more info and why you should use a lens hood. http://www.imagemaven.com/lens-hoods-tubes-vs-tulips/

What is the difference between a tulip lens hood and a long tube-shaped one? What does a lens hood do, and should I be using one on my camera?

Moose's Visual Guide and Review for the Nikon 50mm f/1.8G

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Everything You Want to Know About Camera Lenses: Part 3 - Our Favorite Lenses. by Click It Up A Notch

Everything You Want to Know About Camera Lenses: Part 3 Our Favorite Lenses

Nikon - DSLR Camera with VR Lens - Red, wicked sick camera saw this at best buy earlier and i want it!

If I'd just bought a Canon DSLR, the first thing I'd do is pick up a trio of lenses to go with it. I'd start with the Canon 50mm f/1.8 II, then add a Canon 70-

The First Canon Lenses You Should Buy

Best camera lenses for your buck I’d start with the Canon II, then add a Canon Then I’d either grab the Canon EF pancake lens, the Tamron wide angle or the Canon EF macro lens, depending on what I wanted to shoot.

My Visual Guide for the Nikon 50mm f/1.8G which illustrates and answers many of the questions you may have wondered about this lens. Handcrafted specifically for beginners! :)

Visual Guide for the Nikon which illustrates and answers many of the questions you may have wondered about this lens. Handcrafted specifically for beginners!

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