Movavi Photo Editor
Easily enhance images and get professional-grade results in a snap.
*The trial version of Movavi Photo Editor has the following restrictions: you can save up to 10 images with added watermark, screenshots are disabled.
STYLE OF SHOTS
Landscapes, exterior or interior architecture, extreme sports (e.g. skateboarding), abstract
Landscapes, architecture, building interiors
Documentary, reportage, portraiture, weddings, plus many more
Sports, wildlife, portraiture
Distant sports, wildlife, motorsports
Close-up photography (wildlife/product/commercial)
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Frequently asked questions
A camera lens is a single, or series of glass elements that sit in front of photographic film or an image sensor, that help focus and sharpen light entering the camera body.
This changes between manufacturers, but most lenses are listed as such: Brand name, lens mounting type, focal length, aperture, plus any additional features that lens may have. For example, A Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM where Canon is the brand, EF is the mount type, f/1.4 is the maximum aperture, and USM is the brand’s proprietary silent motor system for changing focus in the lens. Other additional features include image stabilisation, multiple lens coatings and more.
In a single lens reflex camera there’s one mirror which reflects the light coming through the lens, up into a pentaprism, which then reflects and focuses the light into the viewfinder so the viewer can see through the lens. Mirrorless cameras don’t have mirrors or pentaprisms and in fact have a small screen inside the viewfinder with a digital display feeding directly from the image sensor.
50mm is considered a standard lens due to its similarity to the human eye in terms of perspective distortion. See above for more details.
24mm lenses are considered wide-angle and so are useful for photography applications in which it’s important to retain contextual detail. For example, if shooting a portrait and the environment is as important as the person.