I have a Nikon D90 and I have two lenses 18-105mm and 70-30mm. I am thinking about buying a new one for low light situations. I would like to know if anyone knows about the Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX.…Continue
"You can use a 35mm for portraits but it's not that usual. The 1.8 aperture will certainly help in low light without a doubt. For head/head and shoulders shots you're going to have to get pretty close though which as has been…"
"IMHO, VR is quite useless on a short wide angle like the 35 mm. common formula is believed to be, more long the the lens, more fast the shutter exposure time u need. i.e.: if u shoot with a long and maybe heavy tele at 300MM, u need to shoot at…"
"Well, if you're going to use the lens mostly for portrait work, i would suggest at least the 50mm AF-S 1.8G or the newer 85mm AF-S 1.8G. The 35mm is, in my opinion, not suitable for portrait photography, whereas it should be great for street…"
"Beautiful image!!!! Woww...! You sold me on that lens just for this image! But I still have a question if you can help me I would much appreciate. I don't understand much about camera and lenses as I wrote before, so I read that the D90…"
I have a Nikon D90 and I have two lenses 18-105mm and 70-30mm. I am thinking about buying a new one for low light situations. I would like to know if anyone knows about the Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX. I am little concern because this lens doesn't have the VR feature that my other two lenses have. I am an amauter photographer and I don't know if this is the right choice. I will be using mostly for portraits. Any suggestion?See More
I am from Sao Paulo, Brazil, currently living in Austin, Texas. I am just an amateur photographer, but with a lot of desire to learn. So please feel free to give your feedback about my work. I would like to know what I could have done better if so.