Amateur Photographer

Buying Guide

DSLR Lenses

Interchangeable lenses come in a huge array of types for shooting different kinds of subjects

IN GENERAL, the easiest way to expand the kinds of pictures you can take is by buying different types of lenses. For example, telephoto lenses let you zoom in on distant subjects, while macro lenses enable close-ups of small objects. Large-aperture lenses allow you

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Paul Smith
Paul is an accountant and amateur photographer with a passion for landscape and wildlife. He loves spending time outdoors experimenting with what the light has to offer at different times of the day. See more of his work at www.ismithy.co.uk. ■