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Photography explained in plain English in less than 10 minutes without the irrelevant detail. Yes photography stuff explained by me, a photographer, for photographers. Want to ask a question? Head over to my Photography Explained Podcast website. In my podcast I will explain one photography thing per episode giving you just enough information to help you understand that thing so it helps you with your photography without going into endless amounts of irrelevant detail. All in less than 10 minutes. I am a photographer based in the UK and I specialise in architectural photography and construction photography as well as teaching photography stuff.
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Do You Want To Know How I Edit My Travel Photos In Lightroom? Hi and welcome to Episode 86 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 the answery bit.There are two stages of editing photos. The first stage is to choose the photos to edit. I choose the best of the best only. And then I process them in Lightroom with the freedom to create stand out, bright, vibrant, and different travel photos that I hope make the viewer want to be there. Travel photography is all about making the photos of interest to someone who has not been there, and to make them curious about a location. Listen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 87, Travel Photography - All Done - Now For Something Completely Different!What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained PodcastSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Rickmcevoy)
How To Organise Travel Photos In Lightroom To Save Time Later. Hi and welcome to Episode 85 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 the answery bit.I have a dead simple way of organising my travel photos in Lightroom. This is what I do. Import the photos Apply some processing on import. Quickly go through the photos and delete the one that I just do not want. Select the photos that I like the look of quickly – hit P Create a new folder Create a new sub-folder called Picks Add the picks Create a new sub-folder called All Add the rest Add all the photos to a collection and sync with Lightroom Mobile11 Backup and format the memory cardsListen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 86, Help! How Do I Choose Which Travel Photos To Edit?What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained PodcastSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Rickmcevoy)
10 Not So Obvious Bonus Travel Photography Tips From Me To You. Hi and welcome to Episode 84 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 the answery bit.My 10 not so obvious bonus travel photography tips are these Plan what you want to photographKnow where the sun is all day Get up early - and stay out after sunrise Walk around a lot Record video walkthroughs on your phone Get a mini tripod Ditch a load of gear and travel light Photograph stuff you don’t normally photograph Experiment with your camera Just get out and have funListen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 85, How To Organise Travel Photos In Lightroom To Save Time Later.What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained PodcastSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Rickmcevoy)
Is Travel Photography A Good Career? Sounds Lovely But What Is The Reality? Hi and welcome to Episode 83 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 the answery bit.Travel photography can be a career but there is tons of competition out there. To be successful in travel photography you need to be an excellent photographer, but more importantly excellent at marketing yourself and your excellent travel photos to the right people at the right time. The reality is that you can make some money from travel photography for sure, but I recommend that you have travel photography as part of a broader portfolio of products and services.Listen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 84, 5 Not So Obvious Bonus Travel Photography Tips From Me To YouWhat to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained PodcastSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Rickmcevoy)
Do You Want To Know What Skills You Need To Be A Travel Photographer? Hi and welcome to Episode 82 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 the answery bit.You need the following skills to be a travel photographerAdventurousInterested in travel Understand local cultures Respect local traditions A great communicator Good at planning Good at preparation Good at research Even better at wandering around Patient Confident Happy on your own Technically excellent at taking photos Be the king of composition See the wider picture But also the details Ready at all times Equipped with the right gear And know how to use it Have great workflowsListen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 83, Is Travel Photography A Good Career? Sounds Lovely But What Is The Reality?What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained PodcastSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Rickmcevoy)
Travel Photography Gear For Beginners - 5 Things I Recommend. Hi and welcome to Episode 81 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 the answery bitThe five bits of travel photography gear I recommend for beginners are the followingA camera and lens combo that is lightweight and portableA nice backpack with room for gear and other stuffA travel tripodA Neutral Density (ND) filter and holderThe Photographers Ephemeris App Listen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 82, Do You Want To Know What Skills You Need To Be A Travel Photographer?What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained PodcastSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Rickmcevoy)
How Do You Take Great Travel Photos Explained In Less Than 10 Minutes. Hi and welcome to Episode 80 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 the answery bitThis is what I do to try to take great travel photosResearch the area Look at other people photos of a location When you get there find things to photograph that no one else is publishing Check the weather Check timings of things Get the headline photos Explore, explore, explore Then look a bit deeper Get different things from the headlines Look for details Try unusual viewpoints and angles Remember you don’t have to travel to take travel photos Be prepared Gear choices Memory card management Put yourself in the frame! Try some new stuff Enjoy yourself Share what you have createdListen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 81, Travel Photography Gear For Beginners - 5 Things I Recommend.What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained Podcast
11 Excellent New Essential Travel Photography Tips For Beginners. Hi and welcome to Episode 79 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 answerI love travel photography, and in this episode I am going to give you 11 tips, 11 things for you to think about if you are considering getting into travel photography. These are not your usual tips, but the 11 things that came into my head that I think will help you. These are very wide ranging tips based on my experiences as a travel photographer over many years.Listen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 80, How Do You Take Great Travel Photos Explained In Less Than 10 Minutes.What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained Podcast
What Are My 7 Best Accessories For Mobile Phone Photography?  Hi and welcome to Episode 78 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 answerMy 7 best accessories for my iPhone for photography are a mini tripod, an adaptor to hold the phone, a Lumecube light, a Rode Microphone, a DJI Osmo and a waterproof case. And from time to time pebbles on the beach. And to be honest these are the only accessories that I have for my iPhone XS. Well apart from the case that is. OK so that is 7 things and not 5 as I originally planned. Listen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 79, 11 Excellent New Essential Travel Photography Tips For Beginners.What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained Podcast
If Phone Cameras Are So Good, Should You Buy A Digital Camera In 2021? Hi and welcome to Episode 77 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 answerPhone cameras are amazing these days but cameras in my opinion give you better chances to take better photos. Cameras have larger sensors, and access to a much wider range of higher quality lenses and other camera accessories. And you cannot beat the ergonomics and handling of a great camera. So yes, in 2021 digital cameras are still well worth buying.Listen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 78, What Are MY 5 Best Accessories For Mobile Phone Photography?What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained PodcastSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Rickmcevoy)
Is It Better To Take Photos With A Camera Or A Phone? Hi and welcome to Episode 76 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 answerIt is better that you take photos than not take photos. It is not better to take photos with a camera or a phone, it just depends on what you have with you, and what you want from the photos. If you are doing a high end shoot then fine, use a fancy camera. And if you are on a walk in the park then fine, use your phone. And for everything else in between? It really does not matter. Enjoying photography is what matters.Right, I am glad I got that off my chest.Listen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 77, If phone cameras are so good, should you buy a digital camera in 2021?What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained PodcastSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Rickmcevoy)
What Are The Main Differences Between A Phone Camera And A Camera? Hi and welcome to Episode 75 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 answerPhone cameras have smaller sensors than cameras, have fixed lenses and are used in a slightly different way than cameras to take photos. The accessories you can get for phones are relatively limited. Cameras have larger sensors and you can change the lenses. There are more accessories available for cameras than there are for phones. Cameras are generally still better than phones for taking photos, but you can get great photos with phones.Listen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 76, Is It Better To Take Photos With A Camera Or A Phone?What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained Podcast
Some Great Ideas To Help Us Take Better Videos With A Phone. Hi and welcome to Episode 74 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 answerTo take better videos with a phone first think about what you are going to create a video of, and what are you going to do with the video. Plan everything in advance and move slowly. Get a mic to improve the sound. Film what you need to then call it good. And learn how to edit video – easy for me to say as I haven’t got a clue!Listen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 75, What Are The Main Differences Between A Phone Camera And A Camera?What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained Podcast
19 Tips To Help Take Better Photos With A Phone. Hi and welcome to Episode 73 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 answerTo take better photos with a phone you need to first think about what you are taking a photo of, and why. Spend time thinking about the composition of the photo, and try your phone held upright and rotated through 90 degrees. You need to know how your camera works, and use the best app that you have to take photos with. Finally, to take better photos with a phone you need to practise!Listen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 74, How To Take Better Videos With A Phone Explained In Less Than 10 Minutes.What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained PodcastSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Rickmcevoy)
 Can You Take Professional Photos With A Phone? With A Phone? Really? Hi and welcome to Episode 72 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 answerYou can take professional photos with a phone. Lenses on phone cameras offer high quality image capture, which combined with the software built into phones enable you to take professional photos with your phone. To a point. There are however a number of limits on this which I will explain.What do I mean by professional photos?I mean photos that you sell, that are of a high enough quality to be used by clients. OK? These are photos that, before phone cameras evolved into what they are now, would have been taken on “professional cameras”. Yes that is professional with me doing air quotes with my hands.Listen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 73, 19 Tips To Help Take Better Photos With A Phone.What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained Podcast
What Is The Best Free Photo Editing App For iPhone/ iPad/ Android? Hi and welcome to Episode 71 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 answerThe best free photo editing app for the iPhone is in my opinion Lightroom. It is free, and contains nearly all of the editing tools that you need. You can take photos in RAW using the built-in camera, organise, rate and edit photos, and share or export photos straight from the App. And if you pay to subscribe to the Creative Cloud Photography plan you can sync photos with Lightroom on the desktop.Listen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 72, Can You Take Professional Photos With A Phone? With A Phone? Really?What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained PodcastSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Rickmcevoy)
What Phone Apps Do Photographers Use? These Are The 7 I Use The Most. Hi and welcome to Episode 70 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 answerThe 7 phone apps I use most in my photography are (on my iPhone XS)LightroomCamera AppPhotosThe Photographer’s EphemerisPhotoshop FixCanon ConnectOlympus OI.ShareListen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 71, What Is The Best Free Photo Editing App For iPhone/ iPad/ Android?What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained Podcast
How Can I Improve My Mobile Camera Lens? This Is New To Me Too! Hi and welcome to Episode 69 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 answerYou can buy various add on lenses to attach to a camera phone. These includeTelephoto lensesWide angle lensesFisheye lensesMacro lensesAnamorphic lensesThese lenses give you creative opportunities with your phone photography and get over some of the optical limitations of such small lenses.Listen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 70, What Phone Apps Do Photographers Use? These Are The 7 I Use The Most.What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained Podcast
Are Phone Camera Lenses Any Good? Lets Find Out. Hi and welcome to Episode 68 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 answerPhone cameras have much smaller lenses than mirrorless or DSLR cameras, but they have extraordinary image taking capabilities considering their size. Camera lenses on phones operate in the same was as they do on cameras, directing light onto the imaging sensor in the body of the phone. The combination of these remarkable lenses with the technology built into phones offer remarkable image taking possibilities - all from a phone.Listen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 69, How Can I Improve My Mobile Camera Lens? This Is New To Me Too!What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained PodcastSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Rickmcevoy)
Camera Lenses Explained - Shall We Wrap This Up And Move On?  Hi and welcome to Episode 67 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 answerA camera lens directs light onto the camera sensor. Different lenses are used by photographers for different subjects and different creative effects. You can get standard, wide angle, telephoto and other specialist lenses to suit your needs as a photographer. Camera lenses are either zoom (variable focal length) or prime (fixed focal length).Listen for more, or check out the transcript and even the blog post - so many ways to find out more!What’s next?Glad you asked! In Photography Explained Podcast 68, Are Phone Camera Lenses Any Good? Lets Find Out.What to ask a question?Head over to the Want Me To Explain Something? page on the Photography Explained website and fill the form in and you are done!Check out my my blogCheck out my photography blog where you will find lots more photography stuff all written by me.Did you enjoy this episode?If you did please do the following, which will help me and not take too much time.·         Rate and review my podcast·         Subscribe·         Tell anyone you think might like my podcastThank you very much for listening and see you on the next episode.Rick McEvoy – Photography Explained Podcast
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