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        Zoom Lens, Welcome Back

        Last year I decided to sell my Canon 24-70mm f/2.8 zoomlens and work with 4 prime lenses during my photo shoots (35mm, 40mm, 50mm, 100mm). It was a very good choice, but I missed working with a zoomlens at sandy or dusty locations, where I don’t prefer to switch lenses to avoidย the annoying sand and dust in the sensor.

        Or in the studio while working with deadlines. I was also looking for a 24mm lens, but they are quite expensive as you probably know. I thought it would be better to buy the Canon 24-70mm f/2.8 II. Yes, it’s not exactly the same, because this is the newer version (mark II) and he is much better! So I made a little dance yesterday evening during the golding hour while testing the lens for the first time, actually my sister and I where a bit too late as you can see. But I like the mysterious ambiance haha. This are the pics she made. A funny thing, when I ask somebody to make a picture of me with my camera, the most of the pictures are not sharp because they focus on the background instead of me haha.

        lf-lf-5 lf-3;f-1canon 24-70mm f/2.8 II

        Next week I’ll use this lens during a photo shoot so I can show you the results soon! Do you prefer a zoom lens or a prime lens? Personally, I love prime lenses! The Sigma ART 35mm is my favorite at the moment, and I’m still waiting for the ART 85mm to arrive :) Read more about my portrait lenses here.

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        Liselotte Fleur
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        02/07/2015

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        Sorry about the last sentence, that’s ctrl+v for you :)

        You look lovely in these! Congratulations on your purchase, I really like the end result :)

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