HNW - Museum photography
donna at dabbler.com
Thu Sep 24 08:34:23 PDT 1998
Tungsten filter. I'll look into that.
>The magnifying lens, at my camera shop, was called a telephoto lens. I
>paid the $60.00 (or was it $100??) and found it was worth it.
I have one of those, too, but was told it was for distance shooting, not
close-ups. For close-ups, I use the magnifying filters, and can put on
multiple filters to get really close shots. I admit to not having tried
the telephoto lens with the close-ups.
The advantage of the filters is that you don't have to take off your old
lens and risk getting dust in there. They just screw on.
>--Kathryn (science impaired)
>SCA: Kathryn Goodwyn
Thanks for the ideas!
Donna Kenton/Rosalind Bennett
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