What Are Standard Lenses? Let Me Tell You In Plain English. Hi and welcome to Episode 62 of the Photography Explained podcast.
I’m your host Rick, and in each episode I will explain one photographic thing to you in plain English in less than 10 minutes (ish) without the irrelevant details. What I tell you is based on my lifetime of photographic experience. And not Google.
Here is my answer
A standard lens in photography provides a field of view that is similar to that seen by the human eye. The focal length of a standard lens depends on the size of the camera sensor. A full frame standard lens has a 50mm focal length, a cropped sensor camera 75-80mm focal length and on a micro four thirds camera a 100mm focal length. Standard lenses are fast, small, cheap and lightweight and are excellent general purpose lenses.
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Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 63, Wide Angle Lens Explained In Plain English In Less Than 10 Minutes.
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