Napioa - Wind Origins

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I'll recommend the Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8, it's a very good all-purpose lens for FF. Any zoom will be a compromise compared to your prime 50mm f/1.8, but obviously you gain some flexibility.


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I'm using my kit lens AF-S NIKKOR 24-120mm f/4G ED VR with Nikon D750, and I'm very happy with it. This lens will give you both Wide as well as Telephoto experience. It produce very good and sharp images. You can try it. Happy Photography!!! Regards, Vikas Aggarwal


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The 1200D is absolutely fine for street photography. As the others have said, you should experiment and figure out the style you like the best. The 18-55 is a good tool for that. Canon has two very nice and inexpensive lenses you might want to consider: the EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM and EF 40mm f/2.8 STM "pancakes". They're called pancakes because they are very ...


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Between the two lenses you have I'd go with the 18-55. I generally shoot with a 24mm prime I've had for about 15 years now and it works great. 35mm is certainly good. I wouldn't go much bigger than that personally unless you're trying to do Street Portraits more than Street Scenes. As far as settings I would strongly encourage Manual Settings. Personally I ...


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Ignore what inkista says about camera bodies. I know tons of people who shoot street with 5D3s and similar sized bodies. I shoot with a 5D3 and a Sigma 24-35 F/2. That's not tiny at all, yet I still manage to get shots that are indistinguishable from tiny cameras like the Ricoh GRII (which I also love) and various mirrorless bodies. Will a smaller body help? ...


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Recently I bought Canon 1200D with 18-55mm and 55-250mm lenses. I am interested in street photography. Hate to say it, but I think you bought the wrong gear. But that's just me with my specific ideas of what street photography is or should be (prefer street shooters like David Salomons), where the photography is typically done with a wider lens than ...


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You won't find a single "correct" answer. The focal length you select is a personal preference. Do you want to be up close in your subjects face or do you like to be more low key and further away? Do you want tighter shots of scenes or more sweeping to tell a story? These are only some of the questions you can ask yourself to begin to answer this question. ...



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