Best Portrait Lens For Nikon D7000

By | 07/08/2022

diego.armijo says:

85mm i.iv


sudah lama
(permalink)

mausgabe says:

85/i.iv or 105/second DC.

(Dear the 135/2D DC and 200/ii VR on FX.)


sudah lama
(permalink)

DIVINE NECTAR says:

Thnx for the replies.. Simply the debate is 50mm is a bit wider and for 85mm you have to stand on distance.. I assume in a higher place 105 it volition be even more..!


sudah lama
(permalink)

strvngartst01 says:

yup for the same framing you will demand to stand farther dorsum. I’m surprised you don’t think the l is a sharp lens. When stopped down a bit at about f2.5 to f2.viii I observe it to be tack sharp.


sudah lama
(permalink)

kevwilfoto says:

Both those cameras are the aforementioned crop factor, so the camera upgrade really has no result on the answer to your question. A good portrait lens for one would likewise be a skilful portrait lens for the other.

I’thousand no master portrait shooter – I find f/1.ten lenses difficult to go sharp images from. I accept had much more success shooting the 24-70 or sixty macro wide open, still very nice bokeh.


sudah lama
(permalink)

DIVINE NECTAR says:

actually i should have mentioned in general rather upgrade.. its true that both of them has aforementioned crop factor but d5000 had lot compatibility issues..

50mm ane.8 is sharp and macro is likewise good thought!!


sudah lama
(permalink)

mOmentsNap says:

for me the all-time portrait lens are :
135mm 2
85mm ane.4
50mm one.4
24mm 1.4


sudah lama
(permalink)

synonymous crib [dihapus] bilang:

More importantly, what is your aperture setting on l ane.8? The 50 is brilliant at 5.vi, to about 8, in my opinion. I also employ the 105 Vr. Sometimes, my 35mm. What are y’all attempting to achieve in your portraits? Truth be told, I would skip using a 35mm for portrait, and get with Medium format.


Awalnya di-posting pada pukul sudah lama.
(permalink)


synonymous crib mengedit topik ini sudah lama.


Social Geographic says:

50mm i.4


sudah lama
(permalink)

omerozd says:

wes taylor says:

sigma 50mm i.four
Nikon 50mm ane.8 or i.4
Nikon 85mm 1.iv
Nikon 70-200 2.8

All piece of work well. Sometimes yous desire sharpness. Sometimes you desire things a tad soft. Sometimes the Bokeh is nigh as of import as the person being shot…. I volition sometimes change between lens during a shoot considering a sure tool only seems to work better.

Have fun! Just got my D7000 in yesterday as well. Nice tool as well from what I tin can tell and so far.


sudah lama
(permalink)

Hound of Culann says:

I use the Nikkor 50mm i.iv…but they are very similar lenses, and both are razor precipitous. If you are finding that your shots are not, it might be the lens, or information technology could be that you are merely using the wrong discontinuity. Yep you can become downwards to i.8, but that translates to a DoF of what? One-half a centimeter. that could mean the tip of the nose instead of the heart. Try standing in shut to your subject with a a smaller discontinuity, say 5.6 (which is the optimal aperture for that lens according to the MTF information anyhow)…that way, you’ll widen your DoF only nonetheless become prissy bokeh, and everything volition be sharp…

Retrieve every bit well, Nikon adds a slight blur to the jpgs (if that’s what you are shooting in). It responds well to sharpening though. If y’all want to avert that, shoot in RAW.


sudah lama
(permalink)

edcarsi says:

Sigma 30mm 1.four
Nikon 50mm 1.2 or 1.4
Nikon 85mm ane.4


sudah lama
(permalink)

paoulito says:

Nikon 85 1.8
Tokina 100mm 2.viii macro


sudah lama
(permalink)

Briggate.com says:

The 50mm f/1.8 is a very sharp lens and platonic for portraits.

The 85mm f/1.four costs a vast corporeality more. It is a wonderful lens simply for anything other than very tight facial shots you lot take to be quite far away from the subject. I like to stay close enough to be interacting with my subjects all the time.


sudah lama
(permalink)

rhasanen says:

If you are doing studio shoots y’all will exist wasting money on a f/1.4 compared with a f/ane.viii 50mm using strobes you volition not shoot with lenses wideopen. Normally you would be trying to be in the sweetspot of the lens but in my experience most nikkor lenses volition perform well in studio conditions this said if yous want to become for a supersharp lens and then the 105mm Micro lens by Nikkor is the way to go. (Heavy affair besides)

Only I would not buy another lens before you manage to become supersharp pictures with your 50mm it shall produce sharp pictures too or information technology is “broke”

Set your camera on tripod, Iso 200 and speed to 1/200 and so dial your strobes to such a power and so that you lot can use f/11-16 as your aparture if the picture is sharp then have pictures handheld and see if your opinion and way of holding creates the unsharpness. Work your way one parameter afterward another to eliminate what causes the moving-picture show non to be precipitous.

I adopt shooting with my 24-70mm f/2.8 zoom since information technology gives mee freedom to move around and compose the moving picture the way I like without breaking the flow of the shoot.
Both of the pictures beneath are with my 24-70mm and they are sharp enough for me at least.


Light and Lines  oleh  rhasanen

and this…


Old style glamour portrait  oleh  rhasanen


sudah lama
(permalink)

Ivan Sorensen | world wide web.ivansorensenphotography.com says:

+1 on the 24-seventy 2.8
Vivi is Captivating


sudah lama
(permalink)

Conor Harrigan says:

35mm ane.8 is Nikon’southward all-time lens.


sudah lama
(permalink)

pauliacoletti says:

The sharpness consequence is tough with a fast lens on such a high resolution torso.

I have a D7000 and a 50mm ane.4 and information technology is incredibly difficult to get the D7000 tack sharp because it has such high resolution. Y’all need to use the highest shutter speed possible and stay in the lens’ cost discontinuity range (with a 1.four lens is effectually F5.half-dozen) if possible.

On some other note, I took this photo with a kit 18-55 lens (on a D7000) and it seemed to do pretty darned well:


Whitney  oleh  pauliacoletti


Awalnya di-posting pada pukul sudah lama.
(permalink)


pauliacoletti mengedit topik ini sudah lama.


Matty B (alloraphotography.com.au) says:

“I have used Nikon 50mm 1.eight but looking for more sharper image..


Yes, I think the trouble lies here. If you lot aren’t happy with the sharpness there may be a trouble with the scale on your D5000. The aforementioned lens may perform better on your D7000 (or even some other D5000). Unfortunately neither of these cameras accept AF fine tune.


sudah lama
(permalink)

Matty B (alloraphotography.com.au) says:

Oh, and if you lot’re looking for sharpness wide open I’d become for the Sigma 50/1.4 over the Nikkor equivalent equally it is apparently optimised for wider apertures.


sudah lama
(permalink)

Stay-Gold Photography says:

I’m using a Sigma 30mm ane.4 on my Nikon D7000 and information technology pretty much does the task all the time. (for what I’d like to shoot when it comes to portraits)


sudah lama
(permalink)

Ustinov Stas says:

[https://www.flickr.com/photos/whipz/5479318828/]


sudah lama
(permalink)

montgomeryphoto.net says:

Hands downwardly, it’s gotta be the 50mm 1.4 for me anyway.

For something a picayune longer the 85mm ane.4 which is considered among many to be the be-all-end-all. The 85mm 1.8 works nicely also for less than one-half the toll simply the bokeh isn’t nearly as buttery smooth.


sudah lama
(permalink)

jhem.ang says:

50mm 1.4 anytime of the day. Both outdoor and studio.


sudah lama
(permalink)

cstategrad99 says:

Sigma 50mm f1.4 EX DG for $500
[https://www.flickr.com/photos/36048067@N03/6746315093/]
enough said 🙂


sudah lama
(permalink)

keltic_tom says:

At that place is but one correct answer … 85mm


sudah lama
(permalink)

mausgabe says:

Would that be 85/1.4D, 85/1.4G, 85/1.8D…or the new 85/1.8G? 😉


sudah lama
(permalink)

DIVINE NECTAR says:

17-55mm ii.8, 50mm ane.4G, 105 ii.8 VR


sudah lama
(permalink)

Gobo-Studio says:

i used d7000 with 105mm dc f2. awesome len. check my flickr to come across


sudah lama
(permalink)

efficacious magic [dihapus] bilang:

cpgregorio says:

My 70-200mm f/two.viii VRII is married to the D7000. 🙂
_DSC3390


Awalnya di-posting pada pukul sudah lama.
(permalink)


cpgregorio mengedit topik ini sudah lama.


netzanette says:

If you don’t like the 50mm (how that’due south even possible… ;)) I recommend Tamron 90mmm.
Sam

rebecka


sudah lama
(permalink)

cpgregorio says:

@ Matty B. Just to correct your statement that neither of the D7000 and the D5000 have AF fine tune.

The D7000 has AF fine tune.

Here are more than total body portrait shot with the 70-200mm f/ii.eight VRII.

_DSC3393

_DSC3343

_DSC3514


Awalnya di-posting pada pukul sudah lama.
(permalink)


cpgregorio mengedit topik ini sudah lama.


delboysnaps says:

The 85mm 1.4 but cost £££$$$
The 85mm 1.8 is optically as good every bit the 1.iv at a 3rd of the price likewise a better focal length for portraits than a 50mm (they just expect better at 85mm).
Run into my last few mail all taken with the 85mm ane.8g with the d7000.
The seventy-200 is also not bad but over again cost £££$$$


Awalnya di-posting pada pukul sudah lama.
(permalink)


delboysnaps mengedit topik ini sudah lama.


Apa Anda ingin memberi komentar?

Daftar account free, atau sign in (jika Anda telah menjadi anggota).

Source: https://www.flickr.com/groups/29496069@N00/discuss/72157625036790392/