Exploring Photography: Finding the Perfect Portrait Lens

Exploring Photography: Finding the Perfect Portrait Lens

Exploring Photography: Finding the Perfect Portrait Lens is an Intermediate level course on Photography, produced by an expert, Chris Orwig. This course is an essential pillar for anyone who needs to excel in his/her Photography talent. It gives you a thorough grip on Cameras + Gear, Photography, Portraits, Cameras + Gear, Photography and Portraits.

Free Download - Exploring Photography: Finding the Perfect Portrait Lens
Author Chris Orwig
Publish Date 9/16/2014
Skill Intermediate
Duration 1h 20m
Topic Cameras + Gear
Video Tutorials 32
Last Update N/A

The photographic gear that will most directly affect the way your portraits look? It’s not the camera. It’s the lens. Photographer, author, and educator Chris Orwig compares and contrasts wide-angle, “normal,” and telephoto lenses, with the goal of helping you choose the right lens for both the subject of your portrait and the message you want to convey. Along the way, he shoots photos with different lenses, at different angles and different depths of field, and shares the results so you can actually see how these choices impact the final photographs. Plus, Chris shares his recommendations on finding the lens that’s right for you, with a review of some common prime and zoom lenses.

Topics include:

  • How sensor size affects focal length
  • Shooting with different focal lengths
  • Shooting at the best angle for your lens
  • Understanding how f-stop, focal length, and camera distance affect depth of field
  • Finding a great lens at an affordable price

Exploring Photography: Finding the Perfect Portrait Lens : Video Lessons

  • Welcome1m 16s
  • Wide, normal, and telephoto focal lengths2m 55s
  • How sensor size affects focal length2m 26s
  • Focal length, distortion, and compression3m 56s
  • Using a wide-angle lens4m 46s
  • Shooting with a normal focal length2m 16s
  • Working with a telephoto lens2m 20s
  • Introducing camera angle1m 58s
  • Capturing a full-length portrait with a wide-angle lens3m 49s
  • Creating good portraits with a normal-focal-length lens3m 27s
  • Getting the up-close headshot with a telephoto lens2m 9s
  • What is depth of field (DOF), and why does it matter?4m 48s
  • The four factors that influence DOF3m 1s
  • Shallow Depth of Field in Low Light2m 44s
  • Depth of Field: F-Stop and Aperture Settings2m 43s
  • Depth of Field: Camera Angle and Focal Length2m 1s
  • Depth of Field: Distance from Subject1m 42s
  • Shallow Depth of Field: Remove Distractions2m 12s
  • Shallow Depth of Field: Open Shade2m 50s
  • Lens basics3m 23s
  • What's better: Prime or zoom?3m 41s
  • Great lenses at affordable rates3m 45s
  • What's your favorite lens?2m 57s
  • Reviewing focal length and camera angle5m 39s
  • Reviewing DOF3m 50s
  • Finding the perfect fit3m 28s
  • Next steps55s

Recommended video tutorials from YouTube.

  • Understanding Portrait Lenses Part 1: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace
  • https://www.adorama.com In the first part of this two part series, Mark Wallace discusses some of the technical considerations for choosing a lens for portrait ...

  • DateTime : 2017-06-13 14:00:00
  • Source : Adorama
  • Understanding Portrait Lenses Part 2: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace
  • https://www.adorama.com In the second installment of this 2-part tutorial, Mark Wallace demonstrates the differences between wide angle and telephoto lenses ...

  • DateTime : 2017-06-20 14:00:03
  • Source : Adorama
  • How To Choose A Focal Length | Best Portrait Lens
  • Our Photography gear: http://geni.us/myphotokit Our Video gear: http://geni.us/myfilmkit Comparing the most popular focal lengths for portraits using prime ...

  • DateTime : 2018-06-01 17:05:37
  • Source : Dan Watson

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