Why you shouldn’t be intimidated by the big-picture photography
You’re more likely to be surprised than scared by a big-format lensball camera.
And it’s not just for wildlife.
A lot of people who take pictures of weddings, funerals, and other occasions are just looking for something that’s “big”.
The camera is one of the big tools in their toolbox.
And the big format lensball cameras are just one more tool in that toolbox – there are plenty of other tools available to photographers to make their work stand out.
We’ve collected some of the best lensesball camera tips to help you get started.
Pros Lensball cameras use a lens that’s slightly larger than the frame, or the camera lens, to focus on the subject.
This allows the lens to be positioned at an angle that is closer to the subject, rather than closer to itself.
Pros can be small and light Cons Some lenses are small and heavy, so you might need to hold the lens in your hand to get the best possible images Pros: Small and light to take advantage of a wide angle view of the subject Pros: Low cost and easy to set up and use Pros: Very compact, and can be easily carried and moved around Cons: Small camera size and weight Pros: Can be used on a tripod, and is easy to clean up.
The lens can be washed and reused Pros: Easy to use and set up.
Easy to carry and use.
Pros: Compact and easy for a couple to carry around.
Cons: A bit expensive and might not be practical for many people.
Pros and cons for the lens: Large lens (12mm equivalent), which can be a bit cumbersome for a first photographer.
Can be difficult to get a lensball with a smaller frame, and even larger lenses might be a challenge to use in this format.
The wide angle lens will not be able to capture a perfect image.
Pros lensball can capture a better focus on your subject.
Cons lensball is a bit of a hassle to set-up, and a bit harder to get right.
Lensball is not ideal for weddings, and wedding photographers might have more difficulty getting their images taken with a lens than they would with a normal camera.
Pros have a lot of options for their camera, including lenses that can be used as a macro lens, as well as a telephoto lens.
Pros use their camera to create a better image of their subject, which is more valuable than the camera itself.
Cons the camera is difficult to use for many, many reasons.
Pros are more likely than not to want to share their images with others, as they can often get a good amount of feedback from their viewers.
Pros may be able get better images from a lens ball camera, and many people will enjoy using a lens-ball camera as a wedding photographer.
Pros make use of a large lens and a good focus.
Cons it is more expensive than a regular camera and might be hard to get your hands on.
Pros large size, weight, and compact Cons small size and limited features Pros can take photos for a very long time.
Pros good for weddings and other events.
Pros a lot more features than a conventional camera, but can be difficult and expensive Pros is a very compact and easy-to-carry camera, which can help to make it easy to carry.
Cons not as good for wildlife, but not as difficult to set for wedding photography Pros small size, light weight, easy to use, and the camera can be cleaned and reused.
Pros great for weddings or other events Pros easy to take pictures from a large format lens.
Cons is expensive and will require a lot to get it right.
Pros lots of features.
Pros easy and affordable to use Pros large focal length, good for wedding and other large events.
Cons does not have a built-in tripod or other tripod mount.
Pros has a lens for an easier and more affordable lensball.
Cons large lens, too heavy for weddings.
Pros very good for landscapes, but it can be hard for wildlife photographers.
Pros is not recommended for wildlife photography.
Pros excellent for wildlife and for weddings Pros good quality image for wildlife or weddings.
Cons hard to find a lens with a good wide angle focal length and good magnification.
Pros wide angle, not great for wildlife (it’s too small) Pros not recommended to wildlife photography (not good for large format) Pros good image for weddings (small format is too small for wildlife) Pros large format, not ideal in wildlife photography Pros hard to take a wide-angle lensball image.
This is the best way to get images of wildlife in a large size.
Pros nice image for wedding (small size is not great) Pros wide aperture, good image quality, and high magnification.
Cons low image quality.
Pros not as sharp as a conventional lens, or a lens in a bigger format.
Pros small, light, easy and compact to carry Cons not great image quality for wildlife Pros easy for weddings to take (