The Canon 85mm lens f/1.2 was used in this photograph. The Setting was 1/1000 sec at F/1.2, ISO 200. This one was my favorite for an opening photograph! Hello Everyone! Sorry for the long delay in posting on my website. It's been pretty busy with both jobs! Just wanted to do a blog about lens that I will be using for my upcoming senior, wedding and family photography session. In the past, I have always used my 24-70mm lens f/2.8 and 70-200mm lens f/2.8 both made by Canon. The reason that I'm adding the 35mm f/1.4f, 50mm f/1.2, 85mm f/1.2 and 135 f/2.0 (135mm down the road) these lens are met for portraits. I have used them for other documentation but in the end they are really met for portraits. These prime lens that offer low light which will help capture the moment if it is dark. The quality is great! Lens are met to last over a camera body. Nothing personal against my cameras, they do a great job; however, in the end the glass is met to last forever as long as you take care of them!
This past Friday I met with Shelby, who is interest in modeling for fun in The Webster Arboretum at Kent Park. We had a lot fun! She is a very positive person, open about photography and ideas on what we can create! I really like that because it helps each other out when creating a photograph. I do see this now and then during my senior portraits, family and weddings too. Pictures should mean a lot to a person; because, in history if you ever wanted to show to your family or future family what you look like back then it always helps! Any whoo, back to the lens review:
Canon 35mm lens is a very clean, sharp and wonderful lens to have! This lens does give you almost like a natural view look when photographing. What I like about the lens that is you are closer to you subject or person. See some of the examples that I have taken.
Canon 85mm lens now that is a lens that I am very happy that I purchased. Even though this is getting you a little closer, you still get amazing photographs! There is a distances from your subject which does come in handy when you need it! Take a look at the samples!
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