This is a question for the serious photographers, (no phone cams or the cheezy ass point n shoots with no viewfinder, im talking people with real dSLRs here that know what they doing)
Anyone have any tips for using the EF 50mm f/1.8 lens? (or whatever the Nikkon and Sony equivilent is at 50mm) I have one but im kinda worried to use it since im worried ill miss out on something that I coulda got with my EF-S 18-55 f/3.5-5.0 IS lens. Is there a steep learning curve on how to work with a prime lens vs a zoom lens, and is their any advantage to using the 50mm prime lense over my kit lens.
My primary photography subjects outside of vacation stuffs is Rail/Subway photography and Flowers with DOF and Macro shots.
Im considering getting the 28mm f/2.8 if I get better with the 50mm.
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jesues.....photos...why dont you use a "FINE" and "GOOD" digital photografi-thing (i dont know the english word) ? i mean okey they are NOT cheep but the photos they make are great.
I have a Canon EOS Rebel XSi Camera with 3 lenses
how many m-pix?
Ahhh so you got a new lens! The BEST part about that lens is the f/1.8 aperture which makes it perfect for low light conditions, but the only problem is that it's a fixed lens... which makes it more affordable but trickier to use I guess.I think Shane got one of those lenses for his Sony a500, you should ask him about it and have him show you some pics, underground shots are very awesome with that lens!