Anonymous: Sorry if this is a stupid question, but how do you tell what's the better quality glass? Like, is 1.4 better quality glass than 1.8?
A 50 f/1.4 will be sharper at 1.8 Than the 50 f/1.8 at 1.8. 50mm 1.4 lenses overall image quality is generally sharper, with less vignetting and fewer aberrations over the range of apertures. You will also be able to get much more light in at 1.4 than 1.8.
Really though it’s not that huge of a difference. Your spending the extra couple hundred for build quality and the extra range. I personally use the 1.4 but shot exclusively with the 1.8 for four years.
Hope this helps. If not just google it!
Anonymous: Is most of the stuff on here film or digital? Do you have a pref?
It’s almost 100% digital. I love shooting film but it’s expensive and I know I can produce just as good results with a digital camera.
Anonymous: 50 1.8 or 1.4?
Always go with higher quality glass unless you can’t afford it. I use the 1.4
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My gear is 5D markii, 35L and 50 1.4.
It’s hard to say what my usual settings are since there really are none! I place my settings according to the situation. I guess ideally I like shooting at 2.8 ISO 200 or lower.
Hope this helps!
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