Could this particular lens able to achieve the same beautiful effect (bokeh) as of the 300 mm 2.8 for full frame camera for portraiture?
This lens produces a beautiful bookeh effect. Besides, the 300mm equivalence makes for a rather flat deep of focus, which helps to isolate your subject. At the same time it imposes you with a distance to the subject that not always is available indoors, but outdoors is a bendicin, since you can take portraits without even being noticed and then quite spontaneous. Indoors I prefer to use my old film photography SMC Pentax FA 50mm 1.4 AF, with its 75mm equiv. allows for a decent distance to the subject and in low light gives you a thin focus range, and good bokeh. I'm not a pro soy I take photos of friends and realtives and for that use indoors it's OK. Oudoors, when Im traveling the 200 hundred is invaluable por taking people without being noticed and so, not posing for the camera.The lens I have always attached to my camera is a 16-85 zoom, that being slower than the 2 other, is excelent for general use.and for traveling, but is not the same for portraits.Happy 2016.Roberto.
Date published: 2018-08-27