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35mm vs 55mm vs 85mm vs 70-200mm | Which is the BEST PORTRAIT LENS?

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In this video, I compare popular portrait lenses by taking similar pictures with each of them and showing you the results!

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37 Comments

  1. Hey Manny, love the videos and huge fan!!! Have a couple question for you. My wife has been doing photography for a while now and I recent bought her Sony A7RIII, with a 50mm, 85mm, 90mm macro, and a 70-200mm. She works full-time as a nurse (just like your wife). I went with her on a shoot and really enjoined helping her with her out. So I subscribe to your channel a couple months ago and have learned so much. Thanks for all your content that you have put out. Just wanted to pick your brain a little and get professional advise and guidance. I have been putting your tip and trick to work and thinking about getting into photography myself. Keep up the great work and the amazing phots!!!

  2. Love this my man, good looking out! Great edit too, lot of work goes into this and it's appreciated. Nonetheless, still trying to lock in the best zoom/wide angle necessary for studio shots. That 200 mm won't work indoors. On the cusp of buying 24-70, that $799 from Sony but wanna be sure as I already have the 85 m prime 1.8. So I'm stuck!

  3. Hello.
    I don't know why, but suddenly…
    I love your wife. ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿค—๐Ÿฆ‰
    Happy New year.
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  4. I appreciate you doing these videos!
    I'm thinking of getting two prime lenses on full frame for portraits in the future. I think I will go for the 35mm for full body shots and either the 105mm or 85mm for close ups.

  5. I love the Sony 85mm f/1.8 but, often use my 70-200mm f/4 G OSS lens for portraits… However, the new Tamron 70-180mm f/2.8 lens for Sony e-mount really interests me! Price, size and weight seems great!

  6. #whitegoldstudio
    35mm and 50mm are best for portrait 85mm and 200mm are useless lenses because photo look photoshoped
    35mm and 50mm lenses blend charactor and background perfectly so they look together .
    If you want only boured background just click photo with any lens and in photoshop make selection of charactor and paste on any blur bg thats it.

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