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Oftentimes portrait photography and landscape photography are at odds, with portrait photography favoring longer lenses for good bokeh effect and landscape looking for wider lenses. However, for a good general-purpose lens for both types of photography, you can't go wrong with a 35mm. Get a fast lens (wider aperture)-- an f/1.8 or f/1.4, whatever you can ...


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Portraiture is an art form and there are no rules in art, you are free to follow your heart. That being said, if you are doing portraits for a living, your goal should be pleasing your client. Likely what your client wants is an image that is a close match to what he/she sees in the dressing mirror. In other words, an image that approximates the dressing ...


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Unfortunately, there isn't really any good prime lens that will work well for both portrait and landscape. The goals of the two tend to be mutually exclusive, so any lens you choose will either give you good results for one and poor results for the other or mediocre results for both. That being said, if you had to pick one of the two, the 50mm will probably ...


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