How I'm Using My Budget Lenses

posted on 4th of march, 2015

I'm a Nikon D90 owner and I bought my camera with a typical kit that very much available in my country. D90 body, an 18-55mm VR plus a 55-200mm VR and a nifty fifty (50mm f/1.8 non AFS version). I added a battery grip and Flash to it later.

When first time I joined here, every photo I uploaded were rejected. I wrote another blog about how I learned to use the gear properly - you can check it out here - What Dreamstime Thought Me


I discovered what the sweet spots are. And also learned the sweet spots of the lenses I own. Higher aperture values, just like the lower ones may cause sharpness issues especially on the cheaper glasses but even the pro level glasses can suffer from diffraction...

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Posted by Antonio1962 on March 05, 2015
Thanks for the post,is very usefull and i will try on my camera even is not nikon
Posted by Keremgo on March 05, 2015
Thank you all very much for the positive feedback. I'm glad you found it useful...
Posted by Winnietam on March 05, 2015
Thanks for posting! I also have a Nikon and just use my kit lenses and a 35mm prime, so it's very encouraging to see all the beautiful images you're able to achieve with your lens. It's nice to know you don't need to spend thousands, you just need the knowledge.

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