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Thread: What lens is good for taking food photos?

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    Default Re: What lens is good for taking food photos?

    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    The real thing. Which is not suitable for newbie.

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    Default Re: What lens is good for taking food photos?

    I using 17-55mm for food photos and i'm loving it
    As for 50mm for cropped sensor, I find it too tight for me. Prefer a zoom lens as I took most of the photo in restaurants so I don't have to stand up and move around the table looking werid :P
    Most pro do used marco lens for food photography

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    Default Re: What lens is good for taking food photos?

    And for Canon the focal length avaliable for macro is 50mm, 60mm, 90mm, 100mm and 180mm which I do feel is too tight for food photography on a crop sensor.
    Last edited by jsprtan; 8th January 2013 at 05:10 PM.
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    TS-E 90.

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