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professional studio portraits with 50mm 1.8? it is possible?

ZK
Member

hello everyone this is my first post here. I hope you may be interested.
I often see photographers changing lenses without understanding the pontentiality they already have. the 50mm 1.8 was my first purchase with my old sony a6000 (Now i work with my a7rm3). Today I still use it, partly because I don't have much budget I admit, and partly because it still allows me to have professional photos for my clients. below I leave you several shots, taken in my studio. If you have any questions let me know. ZKV03904.jpgZKV04018.jpgthis is my favorite picture in this projectthis is my favorite picture in this projectZKV04166.jpgZKV04221.jpgZKV04225.jpg

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tonygale
Prime Creator

A 50mm is a very versatile lens, I love my 50/1.2

IraBlock
Prime Creator

I still use my 50mm 1.8 lens, it is so sharp! Very beautiful portraits.

JDedmonPhoto
Member

Probably the one lens I dont own, but I have heard nothing but great things about this lens for portraiture. I usually use the 85, but also love..and I mean cant wait to pull it out of my bag the 135mm. All cant create a masterpiece of an image with the right eye behind the camera!