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Make the resolution: Try a new lens for your camera (Albuquerque Journal)

Want to experiment? Lensbaby Spark is a cheap special-effects lens for Nikon
and Canon mount dSLRs.

The most popular reason nonprofessionals buy dSLRs or other types of
interchangeable-lens cameras is because they want better photos or faster
performance than a point-and-shoot can deliver; the power of manual controls
and interchangeable lenses seem to be a secondary concern. Nevertheless, I'm
still routinely surprised when someone hands me his dSLR and it's set to auto
and equipped with a standard kit lens.

The best (and cheapest) way to advance your photography is to switch out of
auto; here's a map for venturing into that new territory. But the next best --
and not-so-cheap -- way to inject some new life into your photography is to
try a new lens. (Know nothing about lenses? Jump to Basic terminology)

There are a variety of reasons to invest in a second or third lens -- if
you're up to your third, chances are you don't need any encouragement from me.
The first, and possibly most compelling, is that you simply can't get the
shots you want with the lens you have, usually because most kit lenses have a
limited telephoto range. ...

Albuquerque Journal

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