Take Stunning Tilt-Controlled Photos With the Lensbaby Composer Pro…

Good lenses can cost thousands of dollars, but Lensbaby's only charging between $300 - $400 for its latest lens, the Composer Pro. It's a small cost to pay for those blurry-around-the edges, sharp-on-the-subject photos which have been so popular of late. That sweet spot is of course adjustable, by fiddling with the… » 4/04/11 11:03am 4/04/11 11:03am

Sigma's Zoomy 18-250mm Lens Review/Rant: Better to Have 1 Lens or Many?

I was psyched when Sigma sent me an 18-250mm lens to test, because I am lazy and love the idea of a single lens that I can use to take most shots. At $530, it seemed like a decent price for that much range. But then I got to thinking... » 5/26/09 11:00pm 5/26/09 11:00pm

Giz Explains: Why Lenses Are the Real Key to Stunning Photos

When most of us talk digital cameras, we talk megapixels, ISO, image noise, shot-per-second speed and image processing. We're tech geeks. But really, none of that stuff matters as much as your camera's lens. » 2/26/09 2:00pm 2/26/09 2:00pm