20 * 1.5 = 30mm ... so I'm slightly wider than your 35mm will be on a FF.Nothing shameful about 'Canal Street' for us foreigners seeing it for the first time :smile:
Really interested what you show this month. If my maths is correct you are getting the width with your 20mm on your D200 that my 35mm will [approx] show on a FF dslr
I like the first simply because I know how hard it is to get Connor (kid in first photo) to smile well.I prefer the second shot (girl) because it has interesting lighting... is that light on her face coming from the reflection of the pool water? Looks good
Thanks Chris. Yeah, I've actually been using this as a portrait lens for a while. It doesn't work on adults as the goofy distortion it can give you isn't well-received by adults when its done to them, but it can work very well on kids which is 90% of what I shoot so the lens has been a good investment. These aren't recent, but are some good examples of how this lens can work with portraits:Very nice! Using this lens for close portraits! A difficult, yet rewarding task. The expression in the 7/3 shot really sets it apart.