Fast Glass: Tips for Working With Wide Aperture Lenses


Fast Glass: Tips for Working With Wide Aperture Lenses
A Post By: Rick Berk

RickBerk05aAs photographers, many of us become infatuated with new gear, such as a new flash, tripod, or lens. We scrimp and save our money, and go off to the camera store to purchase that new lens we’ve had our eye on, most times satisfied with whatever new piece of kit has found its way into our bag. Sometimes, though, it happens that for some reason that new gear we’ve spent our hard-earned money on doesn’t live up to our expectations.

RickBerk05bFast Glass: Tips for Working With Wide Aperture Lenses
A Post By: Rick Berk
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RickBerk05cRick Berk is a photographer based in New York, shooting a variety of subjects including landscapes, sports, weddings, and portraits. Rick leads photo tours for World Wide Photo Tours and his work can be seen at RickBerk.com and you can follow him on his Facebook page and on Instagram at @rickberkphoto.

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