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Hope your Valentine’s Day is going well! Have you ever taken a photo with your camera and spent several seconds messing with the lens, zooming in and zooming out to get the picture just right, only to have it turn out blurry? There’s a solution to that problem, and it’s called a prime lens. No zoom features, no problem. Every photographer, from a mom documenting her kid’s childhood to a professional making a living, should have a prime lens in their camera …

Kristi Camara is a photographer and social media freelancer with a passion for rescue dogs, ice cream and all things creative. Follow her on Instagram. She was also an awesome photo intern at Fracture. So you’ve bought a DSLR, and you’re trying to figure out what lenses you should invest in first. I say “invest” because I consider lens purchases to be an investment. Whether or not you’re making money off of your photography, you’re investing in advancing your craft, …

Back in high school, Oshkosh, Wisconsin photographer Jim Koepnick used the generic exposure guide on the slide film box to set exposures on his Argus C3 camera. He didn’t know at the time that playing around with a few boxes of Kodachrone would lead to hundreds of magazine covers and an uncountable amount of published images. He soon bought a Petri SLR from the J.C. Penney catalog to get involved with interchangeable lenses and flash. It was a logical next …