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Help! Why is My Lens Vignetting? – David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

Help! Why is My Lens Vignetting? – David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor When you see lens vignetting, it means that the corners of your image are darker than the center. (You can really notice it in Angie’s image above.)  Since the lens Angie used was a wide-angle, fast prime, it made the problem even worse. The wider the aperture, the more that light rays at extreme angles are blocked off by the barrel of your lens. As you stop down your…

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The Photo Mentorship Weekly Roundup – Dec. 13, 2019 – David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

The Photo Mentorship Weekly Roundup – Dec. 13, 2019 – David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor One of my favorite things is to show off The Photo Mentorship, and all the incredible things happening there.If you’re not familiar with the Photo Mentorship, it’s our exclusive photography membership that gives you unlimited access to all of my courses. Plus, you’ll receive access to our exclusive Facebook group, Lightroom preset packs, unlimited help from myself and my team of mentors, giveaway events, dedicated learning…

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Should I get the 50mm f1.4, or the f1.8? – David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

Should I get the 50mm f1.4, or the f1.8? – David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor The lens so universally loved, it has its own nickname: the “nifty fifty.”ProsMost of the side-by-side shots comparing the f1.8 and the 1.4 have subtle differences, especially when you zoom in to the details in your photos. Most people will have to search for those differences, as they aren’t always obvious. These subtle differences make most hobbyists decide on the more budget-friendly f1.8.ConsA f1.8…

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Top 5 Reasons You Need A 50mm Lens – David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor – iPhone Photography Article

Top 5 Reasons You Need A 50mm Lens – David Molnar – Your Photography Mentor It’s true! A prime lens can make you a better photographer, which as we mentioned above, is the first influencing factor of a good photograph. Since a prime lens has a fixed focal length, the photographer must move around in order to re-compose the shot. This means that the photographer is re-engaging with the subject on every shot; trying new angles, new distances from the subject,…

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