Saturday, March 3, 2012

31 days of photo fun: THE BEST LENS for photographers

DAY 3 // This month we'll be posting a blog every single day leading up to our photography workshops on April 1st! The Photography 101 class covers exposure, focus and composition. Photography 102 covers more technical aspects of workflow, posing, and lighting. (and we'll talk a lot more about Lightroom in the 102 as well!) Learn more and claim your spot in the workshops here.

If you ask me, everyone needs a 50mm lens. With Canon gear there are a few 50mm options, and I have the 50mm 1.2L and will recommend it to EVERYONE.

 50mm 1.8, 50mm 1.4, 50mm 1.2

This is the only lens I've felt this passionate about and I even catch myself daydreaming about it sometimes.


 The more you shoot with different gear, the more you learn the strengths, weaknesses and special tricks to each lens. 
This is why I LOVE my 50.

  1. beautiful depth of field
  2. crisp and dependable
  3. versatile (can be used in low light situations)
  4. great focal length.

Canon 50mm 1.2L 5D mk ii

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Do you have a photography question that you'd like answered in a future post? Email your questions to Amy: info@memorymp.com - Thanks! 
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