Comparing 2 Nikon Lenses

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    Amber Nelson
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    Ok, I’ll just go with the 50mm so that the people in the pictures look nice. 😉 I surely wouldn’t want distorted faces! Thank you, everyone, for being willing to help me out even though I’ve asked quite a few questions for one post…it is greatly appreciated!

    #17233

    Ezra Morley
    Participant

    I think the 50mm is a better choice too, at least for portraits. 🙂 You are very welcome! That’s why we’re here, is to help people with all their questions!

    #17350

    Amber Nelson
    Participant

    I ordered the 50mm Nikkor lens and received it yesterday…I love it! Last night, I was so excited to see how it worked, that I took my little brother outside to do a photo-shoot of him all dressed up. 🙂 My biggest concern in portrait photography is getting the eye tack sharp and I’d say this lens does a good job of it! Also, @buddingphotographer, the photography rule that you mentioned earlier works so well – I’ve been experimenting these last few days and my photos look sharper than before, which I’m very thankful for! Thanks again for the tips!

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    Ezra Morley
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    That’s good news! Isn’t it exciting to try out a new lens? 🙂 Glad to hear that your portraits are turning out better, that’s always a good thing too!

    You are very welcome, that’s what we’re here for!

    #17363

    Amber Nelson
    Participant

    Yes, it is always exciting to get any new photography gear! 😉

    #17411

    James Staddon
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    That’s a great shot @freedomphotography! As tack sharp as it gets, and even shot in the low light of shade (it looks like)!

    #17440

    Amber Nelson
    Participant

    Thanks, @jamesstaddon! Yes, this photo was taken around 7:20pm in a shady area…the 50mm is a great lens to use in this situation!

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