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Orlando Celeiro

Good tips... And a very odd way to hold the camera.

John P
That first shot is obviously distorting the facial features (and its VERY obvious on the shot at 2:31). An 85mm is not ideal for a tight head shot or even head and shoulders. Standing at least 10 feet away (8 feet at a pinch) is where you need to be to avoid distortion. In that first photo you were only standing 4 feet away which is a distance that WILL distort the face. The 85 is not ideal for a tight head shot unless you are looking to deliberately distort the features to compensate for a round face or whatever.… Read more »
Michel Rochette

Thanks for the hint. Btw, the model is crazy beautiful. Godspeed you all.

Richard Crowe

Super video. I totally agree with you! I just started using a Canon EF 85mm /1.8 lens and I love it. Lightweight, relatively inexpensive, fast focusing with great imagery...

Abigail Sockeye

Photo by numbers, 1, 2, 3, it's as easy to learn as your A, B, C

Singh. H

35, 58 , 70-200 i think make more practical. i have 24-70 & 85 i dont use them often.

Richard Crowe

Just purchased a Canon 85mm f/1.8 lens on the used market. I was tossed up between several lenses: I did not want to pay the price for the EF 85mm f/1.2L lens. The two Sigma selections (f/1.4 ART and non-ART) have focus problems on many copies. I might have gone with a Tamron 85mm f/1.8 lens but, I couldn't justify the price. I got my Canon f/1.8 at about 1/3 the cost of the Tamron...

Cycle London

If you watch this video forty-seven times, you'll see a man with a camera.

Eric Paul Goldie

Great video, learned a lot! Thank you!


I am having nikon d5300. Which is the best lens for child portraits? 50mm or 85mm?

Avishay Sapir

You know what Sting, I love your music so I'm gonna trust your photography tips. TNX!

dzl lz

Great video! On my wishlist. Thanks for the great tip


awesome advice. guy looks like Harvey Keitel.

James R

The 85mm 1.8 is sharp indeed and useful for its light weight, but it really produces ugly lemon shaped bokeh when stopped down; and that is the difference between Nikon's 85mm 1.4, that and of course the superior build quality for the 1.4. But for the money the 1.8 is pretty good and getting a lot of newbies into portrait photography without breaking the bank. I am sure though that Jordan just sold a lot of 1.8 for Nikon, intentionally or not. Good video.

Abel Israel Cruz Ayuso

Would it be good for concerts?

Prasad Bankar

stupid/weird question I have google pixel 3 xl which has f 1.8 aperture and if i buy a 3rd party 65-85 mm telephoto lens will i get such shots ?

Simon Bear

What do you think about either a 105 mm or 135 mm prime ?

B Tan

Roxanne! You don’t have to put on a red light.

See One, Do One

I LOVE my 85mm 1.8G! But what about that overhand grip?

Gabriel Sanchez

The video thumbnail is a great lucky shit!

Craig Roethler

Uh it’s 85mm with full frame? Right?

Phoenix Rising

does a 50mm 1.8 on apc sensor roughly do the same?

Kathy Robinson

💕💕💕 Now that the newer 85 is out I can afford to get the older version soon to use with my Sony. Thanks 🙏🏾 for the helpful tips!