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Published on Sep 12, 2019

See two free videos from the course here: http://bit.ly/CANLENS1
For more videos in this series, click here: http://bit.ly/CANONLENSES

The Superb Guide to Canon lenses, Camera lenses explained and how to choose a camera lens for your Canon DSLR.

Do you own a Canon DSLR camera?
Are you interested in the lenses you can buy for your Canon camera?
Do you want to know more about the lenses that you can use with your Canon DSLR?

This course could be perfect for you!
It is designed for beginners, hobbyists and enthusiasts. This Canon Lens course is full of information about Canon lenses - and third party lenses - that you can get to improve your photography and take the pictures that you have always wanted to take.

This course begins by covering Lens Basics - from why we need lenses to the important factors like focal length, aperture, sharpness, contrast and chromatic aberrations.

Then we have a lecture on the difference between prime lenses and zoom lenses. And then a breakdown of how depth of field works - and how to control it.

After that we look at specific lenses, including a video on the 18-55mm kit lens. Then we look at the best lenses for different types of pictures and photography - the best lenses for travel, sport, action, portrait and landscape photography.

The course also includes a video on macro lenses, fisheye lenses and Tilt/Shift lenses. Then we have a video on how to buy a lens- with warnings about the pitfalls to watch out for.

So if you want to know more about DSLR lenses because you want to choose your next Canon lens with confidence, this is a great course for you.

In this course you will see great examples of the kinds of pictures each lens type can take, look at specific lenses in detail, understand depth of field and hyperfocal distance, find out about filters and extenders and much, much more.

The author, Jeremy Bayston, has been a picture editor for national newspapers in the UK for over 25 years and brings a wealth of experience to the course. He has produced over 4 hours of specially made lectures, which go into greater detail on Prime and Zoom lenses, Specialist lenses, Third party lenses, Best lenses for each photographic style, What to watch out for when you buy a lens, and much more. 

This lecture course: 
Has 15 exclusive videos (over 4 hours) with written resources.
Helps you to understand how lenses work, so that you can make better decisions about your lens purchases.
Shows you what Wide angle, Standard and Telephoto lenses can do - their strengths and weaknesses.
This course teaches you about the lenses available for your Canon DSLR camera in an accessible way, with minimum jargon.

This course is a complete and essential guide to Canon lenses, explaining all you need to know, without being too complicated. This has only a few basic equations and diagrams - it is not a course in optical physics - it is accessible and full of useful information.

This course is available through the Udemy platform and this gives students several advantages. Firstly the course will be available for life, secondly you can contact with any questions - even after you have completed the course. You get any update absolutely free and there is a full, no questions money back guarantee.

This is a great value guide to lenses for Canon DSLR cameras, which will deepen your knowledge and allow you to buy your next lenses with confidence. It is for both full-frame canon DSLR cameras and crop-frame Canon DSLR cameras (the difference is fully explained in the lecture on focal length).

Click though on the link to see two of the course videos on the Udemy platform absolutely free.

Check out our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/NikonD52...

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