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This class is great for those who want a better understanding of the significant role lenses play in the outcome of an image. Join expert staff from National Camera as we cover some of the most common questions people have about choosing the “right” lens and what features best suit their needs.
There is not a one-size-fits-all lens for most photographers, and in most cases the style of photography will vary from one person to another. Some of the key elements to consider are focal length, depth of field and compression; with this in mind, we will highlight a variety of lenses recommended for portraits, sports, wildlife and landscape photography. We will also go over the difference between entry level and professional lenses, how sensor size determines which lenses are available to you, and the must have accessories to take with you on your next photoshoot!
Participants will be emailed a downloadable PDF and link to the webinar, so please be sure to provide a working email address when reserving your spot. You can expect to hear from us via email around 12pm CST on the day of the event; please be sure to check your Junk or Spam folder if you do not receive an email in your regular inbox at that time. If you have any questions about this event, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please Note: We will be using the Webex platform for this seminar, and you can join from your browser without having to download any new software. We recommend joining up to 10 minutes early, to ensure that you have time to troubleshoot your connection if necessary. You will be placed in a waiting room until the host is ready to begin the event. For the best experience, we recommend using Chrome or Firefox to view and participate in this class.
|M||99%+||Mint, flawless, perfect|
|NM||91-98%||Near perfect, almost no wear|
|EX||81-90%||Excellent, faint wear|
|VG||71-80%||Very good, light wear|
|AVG||61-70%||Average, normal wear|
|FAIR||51-60%||Fair, heavy wear|
|POOR||<50%||Poor, imperfect, serious wear|
|AS-IS||---||Broken, or seriously flawed|