More About Your Camera and Lenses
Wow. Well, we have learned so much. Well, yeah. Ok, I'm seeing stars use are you? No. Seriously, though we have a lot we've got we start to dive into lenses, cameras, there's, there's a bunch a lot to cover still well, okay, we're gonna still work on camera and sensor and how we can affect the image and the field of view. Yeah, we're gonna work on how lenses affect composition primes vs zoom lenses we have actually a prime on this one of prime minister just fixed focal length lenses versus the aesthetic differences and say, like a zoom lands like we have here, this is a twenty four to seventy we still have to show you things like bra versus jpeg in camera processing. What else do we have? A lot more. And with each of these topics again, we're going to the same thing with me showing you re a world practical applications. I just said real real practical, which is kind of it's. Okay, we don't know. So what he's one of them were going to show you these techniques, these functions in practi...
cal applications that we can see the images coming out of them, and I think we're ready to go yes, ready said go already sounds like a race, so who's raising go
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