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Is it worth getting 50mm lenselens when I have nikkorNikkor 15-35mm, for portraits & so called "Bokeh" effect?

As I know 15-35mm lense irlens is a good prime all rounder, but from what I have seen in photo examples, and youtube videos for portraits (full body person) it's better to have a 50mm lenselens.

It's also a very cheap lenselens and small to carry around. What do you think from your personal experience?

Also I really want to experiment with "Bokeh" effect especially now when a lot of nicely lid Christmas trees are appearing in the town :) I know it's possible to have "Bokeh" effect with 50mm when taking close up pictures, whats about my 15-35mm?

Thanks

Is it worth getting 50mm lense when I have nikkor 15-35mm, for portraits & so called "Bokeh" effect?

As I know 15-35mm lense ir good prime all rounder, but from what I have seen in photo examples, youtube videos for portraits (full body person) it's better to have a 50mm lense.

It's also a very cheap lense and small to carry around. What do you think from your personal experience?

Also I really want to experiment with "Bokeh" effect especially now when a lot of nicely lid Christmas trees are appearing in the town :) I know it's possible to have "Bokeh" effect with 50mm when taking close up pictures, whats about my 15-35mm?

Thanks

Is it worth getting 50mm lens when I have Nikkor 15-35mm for portraits & "Bokeh" effect?

As I know 15-35mm lens is a good prime all rounder, but from what I have seen in photo examples and youtube videos for portraits (full body person) it's better to have a 50mm lens.

It's also a very cheap lens and small to carry around. What do you think from your personal experience?

Also I really want to experiment with "Bokeh" effect especially now when a lot of nicely lid Christmas trees are appearing in the town :) I know it's possible to have "Bokeh" effect with 50mm when taking close up pictures, whats about my 15-35mm?

Thanks

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Is it worth getting 50mm lense when I have nikkor 15-35mm, for portraits & so called "Bokeh" effect?

As I know 15-35mm lense ir good prime all rounder, but from what I have seen in photo examples, youtube videos for portraits (full body person) it's better to have a 50mm lense.

It's also a very cheap lense and small to carry around. What do you think from your personal experience?

Also I really want to experiment with "Bokeh" effect especially now when a lot of nicely lid Christmas trees are appearing in the town :) I know it's possible to have "Bokeh" effect with 50mm when taking close up pictures, whats about my 15-35mm?

Thanks