A thirty-five prime lens includes a distance of 35 metric linear unit, which supplies you a field of reading of 54.4 degrees. 35mm lenses are fantastic.
Let’s see some Reasons Why a 35mm Prime Should be Your Next Lens Purchase.
When you used it in your native focal length. Because keep in mind if you put a 35mm lens on this a 6500 that is a crop sensor camera. I’m not really getting 35 mm I’m getting maybe closer to 50mm.
It can vary depending on the camera that you’re using. I’m only getting true 35millimetres out of a 35mm lens. If I am on a full-frame camera that goes for Sony goes for Canon Nikon and all the others.
Make sure that you’re looking at the sensor that your camera you and the lens and what that equivalent is going to be. So 35 millimeters is the closest to what our eye sees.
I’ve kind of tried to test this although it’s a little bit challenging. I tried to kind of look at the perspective that I have when I’m looking with my eyes and then put a camera up in front of my face and see what I see and it is pretty darn close.
There’s a reason that cameras were 35mm, to begin with, film and that was just a popular format a 35mm camera. I mean there’s a reason. Because it is what is most close to what our eye sees 35 mm.
When we look at a 35mm image, it really is a representation of what we see with our naked eye. And that’s important because when you look at a photo for different reasons you know they ‘retaking a different zoom or different focal lengths.
You’re seeing something different if you see a close-up portrait. You know that maybe it was taken at 200mm that’s a different experience.
I think 35mm has just become very interesting for me when shooting photos.
it is just so stinkin versatileit is an extremely versatile lens it iswide enough to be able to shootlandscapes or just get a lot of yourscenery in the shot while not distortingyou know if you shoot with reallywide-angle lenses you tend to getDistortion the buildings start to curvejust weird things start to happen inyour image because of what the lens hasto do to get so much of that seam intoyour sensor on your camera and obviouslyyou know some of the more budget lensesdo a poor job in comparison to some ofthe higher-end lenses even looking atdistortion levels between these twodifferent lenses you can tell a slightdifference before adding before applyinga profile correction on the limbs likein Adobe Lightroom but they’re extremelyversatile you know they take a good nicewide image but then if you need to getup close to something they take a niceportrait or a nice close-up shot as wellthey’re just extremely versatile in thatfocal length of course 35 is on thewider of the spectrum it’s considered awide-angle lens or maybe a standard lenslike on this camera because I’m notactually getting 35 millimeter it’scloser to 50 millimeter it would be moreconsidered a standard focal length asopposed to more of a wide when I putthat lens on my a7 r2 it’s definitelymore closer to a wide than it is astandard and then the telephoto lensesyou know are typically up in the hundredplus millimeters and focal length soextremely versatile lens the thirdreason that I think the 35 millimetersfantastic because you have to get closeyou have to get closer to what it isthat you are wanting to take a pictureof and I like that now you can’t do thatall the time if you’re shooting wildlifewith a 35 millimeter you’re a brave souland you know protect yourself becauseyou’re going to have to get up close andpersonal with what’s going on around youin order to capture it and there’snothing wrong with that in mostwhen you’re walking around takingpictures that might be considered likestreet photography or stuff like thatkind of getting close and personal youknow is more intimate and I kind of likethat I like having to get up closer whenI’m taking trying to take pictures of mykids I’m typically closer to them if Ihad like a 70 to 200 on my camera it’sjust really hard to capture photos of mykids and what’s going on because I’musually close to them I’m close to theaction in most instances so35-millimeter is great because it forcesme to stay close and be a part of what’sgoing on and not get back and you knowbe that photographer that’s off in thecorner capturing what’s going on with nointeraction as a photographer I like tobe a part of what’s going on not thefocus of what’s going on obviously butbe close enough to experience it myselfso the fourth is size most 35 millimeterlenses are relatively small in size withthe exception of this one this is kindof big this definitely is a beefy lensright here but this limbs has someadditional technology in it it’sdefinitely also a good lens for videobecause it has a the ability to adjustyour aperture on a manual ring here andthen you can D click that so it has somevideo features and that makes it alittle bit bigger of a lens you know andthat’s fine but if you look at theseother lenses this 35 is tiny and itweighs nothing this 35 is also reallytiny just a little bit bigger I don’tknow it’s probably pretty close to thesay maybe just a tad bit bigger than theZeiss but they’re still relatively smalllenses and very mobile very easy tocarry around even the Canon and Nikonthirty-five millimeter lenses there arenice small options that are lightweightthey’re easy to keep with you and thenof course you know on the higher end ofthe spectrum when you have lenses thatare shooting you that are able to shootyou know 1.4 aperture are maybe evenslightly wider or faster you are able toyou know get a little bit bigger of alimbs whichalso serves the purpose of just beingnice and kind of hefty usually yourcamera’s a bit bigger I probablywouldn’t put this lens on the a 6500 Iwould solely use this lens with mybigger camera body which is the a7 r2 ithas a battery grip on it and it wouldfeel like a good package in that placebut 35 millimeter lenses there’stypically a smaller compact option stillin a great performing lens so size isdefinitely important and I know thatthat’s important when people areshooting Sony because they typicallyshoot Sony because they want a smallerfootprint or a smaller amount of gearand carry around so the last is that 35millimeter is actually fantastic forvideo and this kind of plays into thefirst which is you know the first thingthat I mentioned which is its equivalentto your eyebut 35 millimeter is good for video fora lot of reasons the first is that it isjust wide enough that it minimizescamera shake you know the wider angleyou go with the lens the more forgivingit is with handheld movements because ifyou’re zoomed in really tight everylittle movement or vibration isextremely noticeable and it really takesaway from the video but as you get widerangle with your lenses your focal lengthit actually minimizes that movement andif you have a 35 millimeter lens and acamera that has some stabilization likethe a 6500 has a stabilized sensor ormaybe if you’re able to find a 35millimeter lens that has imagestabilization on it you’re definitelygoing to get the best of both worldsyou’re going to get very steady verystill footage that doesn’t have a bunchof shake that isn’t obnoxious to watchand just feels good and that 35millimeter gets a good portion of theenvironment you know the landscape andalso gives you the ability to get innice and close with your subject youknow obviously there’s there’s reasonsand video to shoot with different focallengths you know you even get differentemotion not only with video but withphotos when you’re shooting at differentlengths there’s that you know thecompression from what’s in thebackgroundwhat’s in the foreground of your imagesa lot of differences there but I’vereally fallen in love with using35-millimeter for video like I said ithelps me stay close to what’s going onbe very connected to the action towhat’s going on in the video that I’mshooting and also with the photographyso 35-millimeter you know if you’reconsidering purchasing another lens andyou don’t have a 35-millimeter you don’thave anything other than a variable zoomlens that maybe goes as wide as 35 Irecommend making this your next primelens purchase because 35 millimeter isextremely versatile for all forms oflife and photography and I think you’rereally going to enjoy it I put somelinks in the description below to someof my favorite 35 millimeter lenses forall of you to check out so definitelyclick on those and subscribe to ourchannel here on ditch Auto so that youcan get updates when we put out newvideos and make sure to join ourphotography challenge that’s going onthroughout the entire year of 2017 it’sbeen a blast and you can join us also inthe ditch Auto Facebook group link is inthe description below for that thanks somuch and we hope to see back here soonEnglish (auto-generated)
hey photographer Jessica Whitaker herewith my creative director bumblebee weare bringing you behind the scenes on atutorial comparing an 85 millimeter lensup against a 135 millimeter lens forportrait photography today we’re goingto compare the two different focallengths so that you have a good idea ofwhat lens you might want to add to yourcollection or try out next if you’relooking for a very easy to understandtutorial for beginner photographers onsomething a little bit more technicalthis will be a nice refreshing versionfor you I’m going to explain everythingin the simplest way possible so that youcan just feel it empowered andencouraged to go out and shoot