I have made my living with a camera for more than 35 years and during most of that time I struggled with how to deal with my glasses when shooting. Contact lenses worked for a while but when I needed bifocals and shortly thereafter trifocals contact lenses were no longer practical. Shooting with my glasses on never worked well as it often made it hard to see the full viewfinder at once. Worse, light that entered the side of the glasses significantly diminished the quality of the image in the viewfinder. It was tough on the glasses too. I destroyed at least two pair a year as they would get scratched, broken, stretched and twisted from constantly being taken on and off. They were always on when I wanted them off and off when I needed them on.
Years of frustration motivated me to design PhotoFrames. Now, I can wear my glasses all day and when I want to look through the camera I just flip up the lens. Using the camera's built-in diopter and the Hoodman HoodEye I get a perfect viewfinder image. When I look away from the camera, I just flip the lens down and I have my normal glasses again. I'm a wildlife and nature photographer I often need to use binoculars. Photoframes gives me the added convenience of being able to flip both lenses up so I can quickly and easily look through my binocular, flip a lens down and go back to my camera. Photoframes have solved a major problem in my photography. Once you use them you'll never be able to shoot without them again.
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