Posts Tagged ‘lenses’
Lens filters are a great way to get a more cinematic look by softening skin and blooming highlights, while still maintaining contrast.
So the “faster” your lens, the more light it can capture, but what is it that really determines a lens’s maximum aperture?
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Here are some of the best macro lens options currently on the market for filmmakers and videographers looking to get close on their next shoot.
Every filmmaker and videographer should have a “nifty fifty” 50mm lens at their disposal. Here are five reasons to add one to your toolkit.
At NAB this week, Sigma announced its new artistic lens: a fast, wide-angle offering. And it’s turning more than a few heads. Cover image via Sigma. While …
In which we take a look at what makes these particular ARRI lenses ideal for any cinematographer and any type of content.
Cooke lenses offer one of the most distinctive looks for filmmakers. So what is the “Cooke look,” and what does it mean for you?
Take an in-depth look at the lenses used on hit shows like Stranger Things — and why you should consider using them on your next shoot.