There are many possible lens choices and all will give you a different and distinct image.
Part of the creativity of the photographer is in selecting the right lens to capture the vision
of the world the way she or he sees it, or wants to present it.


A wide-angle has a shorter focal length when compared to a standard lens. This enables you to capture a comparatively wider angle of view. A wide-angle lens is a natural choice for capturing outdoor landscapes and group portraits. In fact, wide angle can be the only way to capture the complete setting without omitting any important elements in the image. In this manner, you can use wide-angle lenses to capture a deep DOF.
Photograph taken by DigitalMate 58mm 0.43X Super Wide Angle Lens


A fisheye lens is a specialized, wide-angle lens that provides extremely wide images by changing straight lines into curves. It can sometimes produce circular, convex, or oval images by distorting the perspective and creating a 180° image. The range of focal length varies between 7~16mm in a fish-eye lens.
Photograph taken by DigitalMate 8mm Aspherical Super Fisheye Lens


Telephoto lenses can provide you with a narrow field of view. These long lenses enable you to compress a distance (and compress the sense of depth, as well) and pick out specific objects from far off. They have a strong resolving power and an inherent shallow DOF, where the slightest lateral moment can take a subject out of view. Telephoto lenses are great for wildlife, portrait, sports, and documentary types of photography. They enable you to capture subjects from hundreds of feet away.
Photograph taken by DigitalMate 85mm f/1.8 Aspherical Medium Telephoto Lens