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What is Back and Front Focus Lens?

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On November - 29 - 2016

What is Back and Front Focus Lens

What is Back and Front Focus Lens


What is Back/Front Focus when referring to camera lenses?
Back focusing and front focusing refer to the tendency of a lens – or sometimes the camera body – to focus slightly behind (back focus) or slightly in front of (front focus) the intended subject when using autofocus. In some cases, it can be eliminated by adjusting the lens at a repair center, and Canon has recently added a feature to the 1D Mark III, 50D, 5D mark II, 7D that allows the individual user to make adjustments on the camera. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Best Lens for Portrait Photography

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On November - 24 - 2016

Best Lens for Head Shot Photography

Best Lens for Head Shot Photography



Many novice photographers ask, “which lens is best for photographing head shots/portraits, and why?” Actually, suitable or not a lens is depends on the needs of the photographer. What you need to familiarize yourself with is actually the characters of the lens you’re using and how it effects the proportions of the object’s face that you’re photographing.

For more detains, you can view the comparisons of the shape of face in the model below, shot using different focal lenghts: Read the rest of this entry »

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Causes and Solutions for Vignettes on Photos

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On November - 23 - 2016

Lens Vignetting Problem

Lens Vignetting Problem



Have you ever had dark areas appearing on the edges of your photograph? If so, that’s what is called a lens vignette. Here are some causes and solutions for any vignetting that may occur in your photograph:

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Should you Upgrade Your Camera First or your Lens?

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On November - 14 - 2016

Camera or lens first for upgrade

Camera or lens first for upgrade



As a photographer progressing in your craft, there must come a time when you’re faced with a dilemma; which should be a priority, a camera or a lens upgrade? Neither has a specific standard which is more of a priority; what you need to find out is which of the two do you really need at the moment. To help weigh your priorities, here are some important points you need to consider before your upgrade your camera body or your lens. Read the rest of this entry »

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What is normal lens/standard lens?

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On November - 13 - 2016
Sigma 50mm on Fujifilm APSC

Sigma 50mm on Fujifilm APSC

Sometimes, we may have heard of notions like normal lens and standard lens. What is the actual meaning of these notions? Normal lens is actually a lens that has a focal length (focus distance) all along the diagonal size of image sensor camera. For a camera with full frame sensor (36 x 24mm), the normal sensor is 43mm. on the other hand, on a camera with APS-C sensor size (23x35mm), the normal lens is around 28mm. and for four thirds sensor, the normal lens is about 21.5mm. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Importance of Empty Space In a Photograph

Almost in every picture we must see an empty space. That empty space is there for a reason, because emptiness is not always meaningless. Empty space can be very beneficial in adding aesthetic effect on a picture but on the other hand, it can also ruin the beauty of it. Yet it is definitely one […]


Drown For Two Years Long, This Memory Card Survived!

If a camera digital which is not designed to be water-resistant fell into the sea, what could possibly happen? The hugest possibility is the images saved inside the camera would be damaged. Maybe that’s exactly what Paul Burgoyne thought when his camera (Panasonic Lumix) was drowning to the sea, together with the ship he was […]


[Demo] Sound-Activated Camera Trigger v.3 for High Speed Photography

Here are the newest version of my Sound-Activated Trigger v 3.0. With an updated new and improved technology, this trigger now triggers directly from your camera. Easier installations, easier usage, and more user-friendly. Below are sample photos and video of the new product. Enjoy and order soon 🙂


Which is Best? Mirrorless Cameras vs. DSLR Cameras

Lately, there’s been a boom of a new type of camera system, the mirrorless camera. So what’s the difference between this and a DSLR? Which is best? Of course they both have their advantages and disadvantages. Let’s discuss them one by one.


Photography-Themed Rube Goldberg Machine by 2D Photography Inc.

I’m sure you’ve seen those domino effect contraptions people concoct and post up on the web or some of you may even have experimented at home. These domino effect videos demonstrating the concept of a chain reaction made from various (usually themed) objects have also made its way to a few commercials. They’re commonly known […]


Tips For Taking Photos From Airplane’s Window

image by TheFella Indeed, images taken from airplane’s window do not offer variation of angles because we sit in one place without any chance to move here and there. Though this kind of photo taking is rather boring yet if you can manage to shoot with the right techniques in the right timing, the results […]


Creating the Zooming Effect using “Radial Blur” In Photoshop

Before, I’ve covered tips and tricks of zooming techniques in photography. Maybe there are those out there that have difficulty making it work. The biggest difficulty is synchronizing the zooming of the lens position with the pushing of the shutter button. Or another difficulty maybe the result turns out too shaky because the shutter speed […]