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QOTD from stephanie: "What's the best lens for "the bling" shot during engagement sessions?!?
Ashlee: i use a 50mm macro :]
Leslie: 100 2.8 macro
Ashley: I agree with Ashlee!
Patricia: always have a hard time get that bling to come out cyrstal clear, especailly when I zoom up in processing
BP4U: i use the canon 100/2.8 macro
Christy: Canon 100mm 2.8 L Macro but i'm sure the 100mm non L and 50mm are good too. Its also a lot easier to manual focus in on it.
Patricia: Shoot...another lens I have to buy...lol
Stephanie: Thx... I shoot with Nikon... What other things can I use this lens?!?
Jfs Photoguy: 60mm 2.8 nikon macro, or 150mm 2.8 sigma....question is, how close do you want to be...im also a nikon shooter
Colleen: macro.....I use the 105 nikon....
Colleen: Stephanie....the 105 macro makes a gorgeous portrait lens, too!
Catrina: For Canon, I agree 100mm 2.8 macro IS. SO totally worth the $$, it's a great portrait lens as well as detail lens
Stephanie: I have a Nikon 50mm 1.8 lens and a Sigma 24-70mm 2.8... I really don't know what I'm doing... But the bling is just not popping!!!
Ashley: I use a Canon 50mm 1.8
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