Many photographers want warm, soft light - be it for baby photos, portraits, boudoir, you name it! Many of us are on a budget because we make photos just for fun. That's I am glad that I can answer today's question about lighting in a way that does not require a studio strobe and a giant .
I'm now into photography for about 6 years. My go to lens is still the first lens that I ever bought. A superzoom. I use it for round about 65% of my photos. At the same time, my most important lens is actually not my zoom but my prime. It's used for 35% of my photos, but if I could have only one lens, then I would ditch my zoom and go for the prime. Don't get me wrong, I am not one of the people saying that you can zoom with your feet. That's just an empty catch phrase and it has nothing to do with reality basic optics. Nevertheless the open aperture that my prime gives me is one of the most important style elements in my personal photography.
My go to lens: Canon EF 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6L IS
My most important lens: Canon EF 50mm f/1.2 L
My favorite prime for my Fuji: XF 35mm f/1.4
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