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Why Prime Lenses are Always a Solid Investment

The first lenses you should probably be buying as a developing photographer are primes. I personally love prime lenses, and I will always have them in my pack even if I already have that focal length covered buy a zoom. And if you’re a professional who has all the lenses known to man, prime lenses are still a coveted asset.

At Photo Paradox, we discuss cameras, lens, technique, and workflow. We also talk about overused or underused gear, gear recommendations, and gear reviews so you know what to buy next.

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Paulo Makalinao

Paulo Makalinao

An avid portrait photographer and media content creator. Currently attending Stanford University. Originally from Matawan, NJ.

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