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cerceicer
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https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-prn2/1272017_628378903852274_807494743_o.jpg

With what lens can I make dhis type of images,nikon preferably and a low price is also good.

Thank you.

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charlie4282
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That’s not really a lens – I think that’s using the right settings with your aperture etc (and maybe a little Photoshop!. You may need a lens that has a very high aperture setting like http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nikon-AF-S-NIKKOR-50mm-1-8G/dp/B004Y1AYAC

BUT I am NOT a photographer so could be wrong!

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GroovingGecko
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A fixed 50mm lens is your best bet. There are really cheap ones with aperture that goes to 1.8, and if you spend a little more, to 1.4.

This: http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Products/Product/Camera-Lenses/2137/AF-Nikkor-50mm-f%252F1.8D.html

or this: http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Nikon-Products/Product/Camera-Lenses/1902/AF-Nikkor-50mm-f%252F1.4D.html

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MotionPatriot
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https://fbcdn-sphotos-g-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-prn2/1272017_628378903852274_807494743_o.jpg

With what lens can I make dhis type of images,nikon preferably and a low price is also good.

Thank you.
But it depends, what do you mean by saying ’’this type of images’’ ?

Are you talking about Bokeh/Focus/Lens Blur ?

As charlie4282 said: that is a result of ’’right settings of the aperture’’ :)

’’Higher aperture settings allow you to take pictures with greater depth of field, but since less light will hit the camera lens at the same time, you must use a slower shutter speed, to let enough light hit the lens to produce a good shot. Increasing the depth using the higher aperture will allow you to take keep more subjects in distance relative to their distance from the camera. Lower apertures allow more interesting and dynamic depth of fields. Because these lower aperture settings result in a narrower depth of field, you are able to select specific objects to keep in focus within the frame and leave the rest out of focus and slightly blurry. This allows you to really highlight a subject in fresh ways. Additionally, since the lower aperture is allowing more light in at once, you are able to use a faster shutter speed, which can result in sharper, more clear photographs.’‘

Best Regards,

Ariel
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MotionPatriot
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Here is – http://shiroang.deviantart.com/art/Guilty-Crown-02-397889679 (Camera Data info)

Model: Nikon D800E

hmm, Not Bad :D

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digitalimpact
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24mm @ f1.4 ? :O

I’m starting to wonder what lens he was using, too. I’m a hobbyist, but I’ve never seen a lens that wide open that much.

Seriously now, anyone has any idea about the lens?

Edit: nevermind

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Zino16000
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Obviously the picture have been photoshopped (red eyes etc…) and since it was, why not just use Bokeh plugin on any picture you may have.

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GroovingGecko
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24mm @ f1.4 ? :O

Yup, there’s always a lens… but not cheap.

A fixed 50mm is usually best value for money.

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