Focus II

My favorite lense is the 50mm 1.8f that I bought last year. It made all the difference in shooting everything from food, nature and animals to portraits and street. Whenever there are details to be put in focus, this is the right option. Here are some snaps from my vacation to South France this summer. 

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4 thoughts on “Focus II

    • Hey Rory, beautiful pictures, love the ones of the kids! So far I really didn’t miss those extra f-stops, do you use f1.4 a lot? I find that with f1.8 the depth of field is almost too shallow for faces etc.. but yes, I love it too 🙂

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