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Choosing the right lens

This topic contains 3 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Michael 11 months ago.

This topic contains 3 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Michael 11 months ago.

  • #464220
    Michael
    Participant

    Hi Folks,

    I hope you are all well.

    I’m going to be shooting a lot of furniture Small-large scale eg beds sofa’s cabinets etc… on white background.

    Also i will be shooting these products in context in a ROOM-SET environment.

    I’ve read various articles on choosing lenses and i’m trying decide what would best suit this kind of photography.

    Can anyone offer any suggestions or insight on what you’d recommend?

    Thank you in advance for your time.

    Kind regards

    Michael

  • #464254
    Tudor Stanescu
    Participant

    For real estate photography, most photographer’s go to lens is something like the 16-35mm. I would imagine that these product shots would almost want to have the same kind of vibe, so I would say that’s a good place to start. Any wider than 16mm you’ll be dealing with intense distortion.

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  • #464468
    Jannatul
    Participant

    Try with sigma 10-20mm F4-5.6 EX DC. It’s a bit expensive though. But the reviews are excellent. Amazon is the cheapest place where you will find it. Check this link for details: https://www.amazon.com/Sigma-10-20mm-4-5-6-Digital-Cameras/dp/B0007U00X0/
    I have attached couple of interior shots those are taken by this lens.

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  • #464474
    Michael
    Participant

    Hi guys,

    Thank you both Tudor and Jannatul for taking the time to get back to me with your insights. I’m a huge fan of the 10-20mm! I’ll also look into the 16-35mm.

    I should also mention that i will be working with sets built within a warehouse so i will have plenty of space at my disposal, i’m really trying to define the best lens for this environment. As I’ve had mixed advice.

    Kind regards

    Michael

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