Yes, I use my legs a lot when the 45 is mounted :smile:Great, sharp images!
How do you find the 90mm equivalent when you need to "capture a scene"? It's great for "street portraits" for sure, but for shots involving, say, a group of people, do you have to "unfocus" using your legs? I'm very interested adding this lens for street photography, especially for lower light work, so any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
Yes, I use my legs a lot when the 45 is mounted :smile:
But at the end it depends on your social skills and shyness when shooting, if you don't mind getting close to the subjects I prefer classic focal lengths like 35 or 50. But you need to have the guts to shoot them "in your face".
For example, I took these pics with a 17 2.8, I really like the perspective and sense of proximity they trnasmit but I must admit they were really hard to shoot:
U forgot me.. It's my fav lens and fav focal length ..Iconindustries said:Gee whiz mate, these photos are really amazing. This is my favourite focal length and not many street shooters here use this length. I love how the lens isolates a subject and somehow makes it more intimate.
Nice work on the processing. How did you achieve this effect?