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Old 31-08-2008, 15:35   #1 (permalink)
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Which Nikon Portrait Lens ?

Which Nikon Zoom lens would you recommend for taking quality portrait shots.
I have a Nikon D300 so its got a 1.5x sensor, I am wanting it to shoot head & shoulder shots to small groups (2-3 people).
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Old 31-08-2008, 16:14   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Which Nikon Portrait Lens ?

17-55mm f/2.8 without a doubt. It was that good I sold my 50mm f/1.8.

Example shots taken with said lens on D200 :-

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Old 31-08-2008, 19:51   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Which Nikon Portrait Lens ?

Great shots Dave,
Unfortunately that lens is a bit pricey for me (RRP 999.00) come to think of it a lot pricey for me, I was hoping somewhere in the region of about 200-300.
Any other recommendations anyone?
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Re: Which Nikon Portrait Lens ?

Well the Nikon 18-70mm kit lens was always very impressive & can be had second hand for between 100-150. I've aslo seen good portrait work with the Sigma 18-50mm F2.8.

Note the Nikon 17-55 s/h is around 500-600.
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Re: Which Nikon Portrait Lens ?

Is there anything in between the two, as I,m not sure on the quality of the kit lens.
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Re: Which Nikon Portrait Lens ?

Not in the Nikon range to my knowledge. You need around 20mm at wide end for full body shots & then around 50mm or more for head & shoulders. In Canon land you have the great 24-105 F4 L lens, but Nikon do not have an equivalent.

Maybe someone can suggest better with Sigma, Tokina or Tamron.

Re Nikon 18-70 lens it's a cracking piece of glass for the money. I would agree with concerns over 18-55 kit lens though.

If you had the time to change lenses , then for ultimate quality within your budget I would say use your 12-24 at long end for group shots, then a 50mm f/1.8 prime for top half shots & 85mm f/1.8 for tighter crops. You are not going to beat a prime for quality, especially at the prices. Look here for best prices :- - Onestop Digital

Example shot with Canon 50mm f/1.4 at f/1.8, which Nikon should be equivalent to :- http://www.pixalo.com/community/tuto...its-26627.html
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Re: Which Nikon Portrait Lens ?

If absolute quality of output is your goal and you want a zoom in your budget then I can recommend the Tamron 17-50 2.8 I had the old model of the Sigma 18-50 but I am sure the new one is also excellent. For me the Tamron just pips it on image quality and it is very close to to the Nikon 17-55. On handling/build quality though the Sigma may edge it and the Nikon is streets ahead.
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Which Nikon Zoom lens would you recommend for taking quality portrait shots.
I have a Nikon D300 so its got a 1.5x sensor, I am wanting it to shoot head & shoulder shots to small groups (2-3 people).
You have two lenses listed in your camera gear that will do the job- the 60 and 105 mm.
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Well the Nikon 18-70mm kit lens was always very impressive & can be had second hand for between 100-150. I've aslo seen good portrait work with the Sigma 18-50mm F2.8.

Note the Nikon 17-55 s/h is around 500-600.
Uhmm Onestop-Digital advertising the lens for 790 S**t, that's where that lens is for. Another one on the list.
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You have two lenses listed in your camera gear that will do the job- the 60 and 105 mm.
It is mainly for shooting portraits & family shots of my wife & two girls, one of which will not stay still long enough for me to take any decent pictures (she has learning dificulties), every time I move the tripod she wants to be behind the camera having a look at the picture, I thought being able to zoom in & out on them would make life a lot easier.
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It is mainly for shooting portraits & family shots of my wife & two girls, one of which will not stay still long enough for me to take any decent pictures (she has learning dificulties), every time I move the tripod she wants to be behind the camera having a look at the picture, I thought being able to zoom in & out on them would make life a lot easier.
In that situation I'd agree, but thought you meant formal portraits rather than family stuff.

For formal portraits I'd not go under 60mm, and 85mm would probably be better.
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In that situation I'd agree, but thought you meant formal portraits rather than family stuff.

For formal portraits I'd not go under 60mm, and 85mm would probably be better.
Some of them would be more formal portraits but mainly of family members, but who knows where it might lead to in a year or few, (I have my own very successful gardening business established in 1987, which started from a hobby).

Do you have any recommendations as to which Nikon zoom lens would do a excellent job, or is there no comparison to the prime lenses.
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I'm kind of partial to my NIkkor 60mm F2.8 Macro lens for portrait shots. That makes it 90mm equiv, but I have to get in kind of close for some shots. It's quite sharp..

My all time favorite was my F2 135mm manual lens back when I was using a N90S and shot film. I've thought a few times that when I manage to get a camera body that can meter light without a CPU lens, I might try sticking that old guy on and see what kind of shots I can get.. But it'll be approx 202.5mm on the dx sensor..
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Do you have any recommendations as to which Nikon zoom lens would do a excellent job, or is there no comparison to the prime lenses.
The Nikon high end zooms come very close to the primes. However the current models may be a bit over your budget. Used, you can almost certainly get a mint 35-70 2.8 which is slightly limited by the zoom range on your D300 but the 70 mm tele end would be good for tighter portraits. It has always been a very sharp lens. If you are lucky you will be able to get a 28-70 which would be even better.

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It is mainly for shooting portraits & family shots of my wife & two girls, one of which will not stay still long enough for me to take any decent pictures (she has learning dificulties), every time I move the tripod she wants to be behind the camera having a look at the picture, I thought being able to zoom in & out on them would make life a lot easier.
Use your 60mm and ditch the tripod you don't need it , sorted
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Re: Which Nikon Portrait Lens ?

Has anyone had any experience or views this Nikkor AF-S 16-85mm f/3-5-5.6G.
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I think Water has one.
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Has anyone had any experience or views this Nikkor AF-S 16-85mm f/3-5-5.6G.

Dosn't sound very fast 3.5-5.6 for blowing out backgrounds
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Has anyone had any experience or views this Nikkor AF-S 16-85mm f/3-5-5.6G.
I have no experience of thi slens but I see you already have an 18-200 the difference in image quality will probably be slight and they are designed for similar tasks. It will actually have a slower maximum aperture at normal portrait lengths which as has been said can limit creative opportunities.
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Has anyone had any experience or views this Nikkor AF-S 16-85mm f/3-5-5.6G.
I have, I rate it very highly and use it for stock submissions. I haven't been able to compare to the 17-55 but other online reviews suggest it is close in quality although the 2.8 snobs will disagree.

I also have my old 18-70 ED going spare looking for a new home, that would be a good lens for fast moving family members

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Get a used 35-70 F/2.8 AF D Nikkor ....... it is the old pull/push zoom but has fantastic image quality - may be affected by flare more than the newer offerings - but is a stellar performer for little money. And it is pro quality.

Make sure you get the D version though - its the later model that transfers distance information to the camera.
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Cheers Guys, I think I will hang on for while & ponder on it a bit longer, rather than rushing into buying the wrong lens, I'd rather wait till Ive got the money to buy a top quality one.
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17-55mm f/2.8 without a doubt. It was that good I sold my 50mm f/1.8.
Thanks for all the info guys,
I have decided to go for the 17-55mm f2.8 (my wife is actually going to collect it as I speak) I have found out that this lens is also a fantastic lens for the underwater photography, that was the deciding factor for me as it will get used a lot more underwater than on land.
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You'll have lots of fun with the lens then. Good decision
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An excellent decision on an excellent lens
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