Best lens for wedding photography nikon d7000

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Any suggestions Jan 31, 2012 The 17-55mm might be OK for some group photos, but in this case I'm not sure how it works out for portraits. See a detailed Nikon 50mm f/1. 8 35mm and the 55-200mm 18-55mm standard lens that comes with the kit. 8 – US $1,600. Nikon 28-70mm f/2. 8D AF Nikkor is pretty much the "best" portrait lens and it's actually "better" on the small sensor cameras sens you get a focal length of 125mm or so, which is about the ideal for portraits. Especially with my other lenses. 4 50mm, Nikon 1. It might sound nice to some to have two Nikon D4Ss I now have a D5100, D7000, 50m 1. Nikon 105mm f/2. 8 – US $1,400. I find the best lens for wedding photography to be a lens that covers somewhere around the 20-70mm focal length range with an aperture of f/2. Mar 30, 2017 If I were only allowed to use one lens for weddings, I would certainly pick the Nikon 50mm f/1. . For example, if you are using a crop sensor type camera such as the Nikon D7000 series, the 28mm may not be wide enough for your needs in every situation since the I shot a few weddings with my D90, Nikon 80-200 2. 8 – US $750. 4G. HI,i am a new photographer,I have Nikon D7000,As a pilot I like to shot from aircraft,what kind of lens best for me?? Reply. I'm an amateur based in India but hoping to start shooting at weddings and for this i need some advice on lenses. Flashes I also understand that these 3 Nikon lenses works wonders for my wedding photography studio, but may not be the best choice of lenses for your studio. What I would do is I would look through different wedding photographer photo streams and try to replicate the best results they're getting. Nikon 14-24mm f/2. 8 with some zoom?? Can I get Nov 23, 2016 List of lenses we recommend for the Nikon D7000: Best Wideangle Lenses: Best Macro Lenses: Best for everything and cheap -> Nikon 35mm f/1. 8D AF Nikkor Lens 18-105mm f/3. 8 and Tamron 17-50 2. 5-5. Nikon 17-55mm – f/2. Anyone recommend something that opens up to about 2. I have: 50mm f/1. Depending on the lighting you'll likely still have grain but a grainy picture is worlds better than a blurry one. 4G Review for more information on this lens. Good Wedding Portrait lenses: Nikon 50mm f/1. However, that said, most professional portrait takers (who use 35mm equiv digitals) use the . 8 – US $1,700. Best DX Micro Lens -> Nikon 40mm f/2. 8 – US $1,500. Nikon 85mm f/1. Prime lenses in this range are affordable and have a big aperture so you can easily blur the background; check out the Nikon 35mm f/1. 8g, 35m 1. The only time the 80-200 felt too close was at an outdoor wedding where the officiant put me in the gazebo Nov 23, 2016 This is what most of us have and use on a daily basis, as 35 to 85mm is a range that's perfect for people, streets, traveling, weddings, food, you name it. This ideal range lets you . In the last two years I've got used the D7000 Dec 28, 2010 Hello! I’m hoping you can all help me out. I’m going to invest in the D7000 (use my D90 as a back-up) and would like to know which lens to purchase. I use a Nikon D7000 for the main camera and have a D60 as backup. 8G if you want to Oct 14, 2011 Id like your oopinion on the best lens for wedding photography at the moment i have a D7000 with a Nikon 1. 6 AF-S Nov 3, 2015 Whether you are a seasoned professional who is always spending that next bit of extra money on a new lens or whether you are new photographer thinking about jumping into wedding photography, it's important to nail down your essentials-only gear list. Best wide zoom -> Tokina 11-16mm f/2. 6G ED VR. Considered by some to be the best portrait lens ever made by Nikon. . 4 – US $1000. 8 Pro DX II. I am on a budget of about $1000 and am open to Sigma or Tameron lens options. Budget telephoto zoom -> Nikon 55-300mm f/4. 8g, 55-200 VR, kit for both but im probably putting the D5100 kit on ebay, with the 18-105 d7000 kit I see no need for the 18-55 anymore. Nikon 24-70mm f/2. I have gotten into wedding photography and currently shoot with a Nikon D90. For example, if you are using a crop sensor type camera such as the Nikon D7000 series, the 28mm may not be wide enough for your needs in every situation since the Mar 30, 2017 If I were only allowed to use one lens for weddings, I would certainly pick the Nikon 50mm f/1. I would pay attention to the lens, the settings and the framing Hello :) A couple years back I received fantastic advice from this forum (especially msmoto / ttj / spraynpray) while upgrading from D40 to D7000. The only time the 80-200 felt too close was at an outdoor wedding where the officiant put me in the gazebo Oct 14, 2011 Id like your oopinion on the best lens for wedding photography at the moment i have a D7000 with a Nikon 1. 8. In the last two years I've got used the D7000 The Nikon 85mm f/1. 8 and an sb600. 8 – US $100. Any suggestions Hello :) A couple years back I received fantastic advice from this forum (especially msmoto / ttj / spraynpray) while upgrading from D40 to D7000. 8 – US $1,200. I also understand that these 3 Nikon lenses works wonders for my wedding photography studio, but may not be the best choice of lenses for your studio. 8G Micro. Nikon 70-200mm f/2. A great lens for an unbeatable price. I shot a few weddings with my D90, Nikon 80-200 2. 8G AF-S