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How to destroy a new Canon 24-70mm f/2.8…. like a pro!

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On December - 9 - 2016

How to destroy a new Canon 24-70mm like a pro

How to destroy a new Canon 24-70mm like a pro



Here are some tips to get you looking like a professional photographer. The newest, most advanced, and of course most expensive lenses are sometimes a necessary investment if you want to be a professional photographer. To capture those important moments, skilled hands that can quickly change between lenses is an important factor so you won’t miss those important moments.
The video below shows you how to change your lenses quickly, using primarily your index finger. It starts out looking normal and well, but then.. ouch! See for yourself.

Warning: Do this at your own risk! Read the rest of this entry »

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