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Photography Tips for Beginners – How To Protect Your Camera Lens? Lose the lens cap!



How to protect your camera lens when you’re out taking photos. If your lens gets dirty, clean it with Lenspen https://lenspen.com/product/dslr-pro-kit/?ref=130

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In this video I, Barry Callister give you a quick photography tip for beginners about leaving your lens cap off and replacing it with your lens hood.

When you’re a beginner in photography, you are always looking for information on how to take a great photo or how to use a dslr camera, and this video is a quick photography tutorial that will show how to NOT miss taking the best nature photos because you’ve accidentally left your lens cap on!

What is a lens hood for? Well, it’s designed to prevent glare from the sun getting on your lens and ruining a great photo but you can also use it to protect your camera lens when out taking photos – another great lens hood use.

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4 comments
  1. thanks Barry, great advice! I've experienced the disappointment of missing a great shot when doing birding photography because of having the lens cap on!

  2. I hope this becomes a series here on your channel. I love photography, but I am still so lacking in the basic knowledge of my Canon 70D, that I almost never actually use it for proper photography.

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