How I Use a 50mm for Travel Photography | Busan South Korea 2021

A Guide on how to take better photos with a 50mm Lens!
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50mm Sony Lenses I Recommend for Full Frame!
Zeiss 55mm F/1.8 Small and SHARP!!
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Sony 50mm F/1.8 BUDGET
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Sony 50mm F/1.2 GM Only if you’re ballin’

35mm Sony Lenses I Recommend for APS-C
Sigma 30mm F/1.4 Most Popular!!
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Sony 35mm F/1.8 Has OSS!
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Neewer 35mm F/1.7 Budget but also Manual Focus Only…
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00:00 Intro Hello!!
00:20 1. More than a Portrait Lens!
01:17 2. Pay attention to DETAILS!
01:49 3. How to get a WIDE Shot with a 50mm?
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03:51 4. Why the 50mm make shots look PRO! Compression!
05:13 5. Do You NEED an F/1.2 Lens?
07:02 6. Fine… It’s GREAT for Portraits, too! 🙂
08:14 7. Why the 50mm is so accessible!

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50mm is arguably the MOST popular lens in all of photography. Generally recommended as a second lens after the kit lens, this is many people’s first prime lens, their first foray into “pro” photography world because it offers a very unique look. Combined with the F/1.8 aperture, it leads amateurs to a very unhealthy obsession for background blur or BOKEH 😉 However, many people default this as a portrait lens and I don’t blame them, it’s easy to score amazing portraits with this lens but the 50mm is capable of so much more. It’s versatility is often hidden but once discovered, it can be a powerful landscape, travel, street, & casual lens! Here’s a video on how to maximize it’s potential!


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