For most photographers their first lens is a kit lens that comes with the camera body. Well, kit lenses aren’t that bad and have the potential to create some fantastic images. There is a reason manufacturers select such kit lenses and that reason is it makes the camera look good and don’t add much cost. But they do lack some features which other lenses have and they definitely come with a cost.
But if you shoot outdoors and stay in between the zoom range, images captured from kit lenses are sometimes only different from the other lenses at extreme magnification or aperture.
But professional photographers don’t plan in the sweet point for the lenses they have in the bag, they always go for tough conditions like variable lighting and in conditions that change fast and which actually give them a challenge to shoot. So when you use your kit lens to the extreme, the next question is now what? And that is why we are here to help you out when you are stuck.
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