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Full Spectrum Cameras, Part III, UV Photography
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Full Spectrum Cameras, Part III, UV Photography

Jon Nadelberg (jnadelberg)

In this third and final installment of a series, we’ll delve into the world of ultraviolet (UV) photography. Learn which cameras can be converted and which lenses to use. Learn more about filters and converters. Read more...

Lensbaby 2.0 Review II
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Lensbaby 2.0 Review II

Jason Odell (DrJay32)

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I first heard about the Lensbaby about a year ago. I was casually surfing photo-related sites on the Internet. Strange, I thought — an accessory that deliberately causes images to be out of focus! With all talk these days about high-speed autofocus lenses with the most refined optics and technology, the Lensbaby represents a technological leap—backwards! And that, my friends, was refreshing. Read more...

Lensbaby 2.0 Review I.
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Lensbaby 2.0 Review I.

User

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I first heard about the Lensbaby about a year ago. I was casually surfing photo-related sites on the Internet. Strange, I thought—an accessory that deliberately causes images to be out of focus! With all talk these days about high-speed autofocus lenses with the most refined optics and technology, the Lensbaby represents a technological leap—backwards! And that, my friends, was refreshing. Lens Baby 2.0 I recently got a Lensbaby 2.0 in the Nikon mount and I decided to see for myself what it was, how it worked, and what it could do. Read more...

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