Why use high quality?

Is it really worth spending so much on a high-quality lens? What are you actually getting for your money is what so many photographers would like to know when making such large purchases. The same thing can be said about clothing, shoes, jewelry and more. Is your focus on spending a lot for “quality” products or spending less on “inferior” products? All of this depends on the user and what they intend to use the product for. Some people take pictures as a hobby; take images of family members, friends, imagery for their own collection. Some take images for professionally as their daily means of getting money. Depending on the use of the camera one can then determine how much it is worth spending. The general desire to take very good pictures is what drives so many photographers to spend a lot of money on lenses. Unlike the 1.74 high index lenses price the camera lenses come with basic lenses that the photographer or user can utilize for basic imagery. Most photographers do decide to change it for a more superior SLR (Single Lens Reflex) as they decide that it fits better to their needs

Is it really worth it?

Different lenses can be used for different situations as well. The same lens cannot be used for a portrait image or a landscape image. What really is the cost difference between lens that are in the low hundred-dollar range and lens in the thousand-dollar range? Is it really worth spending that money on these types of lenses? Are the quality differences really that visibly different to anyone? Whiles taking a look at two models made by Nikon; one ranging at about 300$ and the other one ranging at about 1500$ we saw that both lenses offer excellent aperture ranges and given the fact that they offer a wide aperture as well it makes for an easy usage for creative and attractive defocused backgrounds within an image. Whiles taking into consideration the specs of these two lenses you would be under the impression that they are exactly the same as the focal lengths and aperture ranges are almost identical. In this event you would ask yourself why is there such a price difference between the two? Well, both are great lenses that take sharp images but the 1500$ lens which is the 58mm actually takes sharper images leading to an overall better quality of images. When images were taken to compare the 58mm SLR at 1500 and the 50 mm SLR at 300$ we noticed almost immediately that the 58mm SLR quality is better. Whether the image is taken of a portrait or of a landscape we notice that the quality of the image is significantly better with the 58 mm. Then one would ask oneself; is it worth paying an extra 1000$ for a pair of lens based on the difference? Some would say no as we are now in an era where image modifications can easily be made to remove all the glitches.

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