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    Default Re: Primes vs Zoom for Portraits in Enclosed Areas.

    Quote Originally Posted by Noakram View Post
    In enclosed areas, I found myself wanting a bigger aperture as I didn't want to up ISO and I am not allowed to use flash, hence I choose prime over zoom.
    same as what i face and choose to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    It depends... if my zoom can give me the angle I need, I would use the zoom, if the prime can give me the angle I need, I'd use the prime.

    Full length shot? I'd go with my 24mm on my 1.5x crop camera.
    1.5 crop? wad camera is that?

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    Default Re: Primes vs Zoom for Portraits in Enclosed Areas.

    Quote Originally Posted by boredphuck View Post
    1.5 crop? wad camera is that?
    Nikon D200
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    Nikon D200
    wow. nice nice!

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    Default Re: Primes vs Zoom for Portraits in Enclosed Areas.

    Quote Originally Posted by boredphuck View Post
    wow. nice nice!
    All Nikon DSLRs with the exception of the D3 is 1.5 x crop.
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