of or relating to photography with a telephoto lens.
of or pertaining to a telephoto lens.
a photograph taken using a telephoto lens.
A lens or zoom setting with a focal length longer than 50 to 60mm in 35mm format.
A generic name for a lens with a focal length of higher than 50mm and an angle of view less than 45 degrees (with 35mm format.) A moderate telephoto might be in the 80mm class; a medium telephoto in the 135mm grouping; while a long-range, or extreme telephoto might have a 300mm or higher focal length.
A lens with a very long focal length that magnifies and brings the subject being photographed closer. See also FOCAL LENGTH, ZOOM LENS.
Lens that makes distant objects appear closer.
Telephoto is a term used to describe lenses that have a high focal number causing the reproduced image to appear larger than human eye reproduction.
a photograph made with a telephoto lens
Lens that has a longer focal length.
A lens which increases the size of that which is being photograph. Often represents a focal length of greater than 50mm.
The focal length that gives you the narrowest angle of coverage, good for bringing distant objects closer.
A special type of lens used to photograph subjects that are far away. Essentially functions like binoculars for the camera.
A lens used to produce a larger image of a distant object.
Camera lens with long focal length and narrow field of view. Captures magnified, closeup images from considerable distance.
A telephoto lens allows you to take pictures of distant objects, and make them appear closer, but not as close as a macro lens. This is one of several digital camera lenses available as part of a zoom camera, or as a separate lens to use with an SLR camera.
A lens with a longer focal length and a smaller field of view than a standard primary camera lens. A telephoto is useful for enlarging distant subjects.