I hope not Mark, I've deleted the other post, but I admit I'm not really with it at the moment because my wife has been ill, I haven't been to bed since Monday and I feel like the only civilian in this city with combat fatigue, I'm glad to say she's much better now and I'm going to bed and am going to try to sleep for the rest of the weekBen, you aren't going zombie on us are you?
Whats a good lens for portraits...
When I shot with Mamiya TLR cameras, I used 55mm, 80mm, and 180mm lenses for a variety of subjects. When I shot portraits, I used the 55mm for group portraits. I used the 80mm for full length, 3/4 length, and half-length individual portraits. I used the 180mm for head & shoulder portraits, head shots, and face shots.
The 135mm may have also been a good portrait lens, but at the time, I was unable to economically justify it.[/QUOTE
The 180 is difficult to use indoors especially in small rooms the 135 is all in all IMO the most generally useful portrait lens.
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