I’ve been shooting on the Nikon D800E and 35mm 1.4G for the past couple of weeks, it’s a great camera and an amazing lens, although my switch to Nikon from Canon did upset a few of my photographer friends! For the last year I’ve worked without a digital SLR, shooting mainly on a Fuji X-Pro1 and a single 35mm lens, it’s a fantastic camera, but it has its limitations, the main one being the rather ‘eccentric’ focusing. The Nikon autofocus is amazingly fast and the 35mm 1.4G is razor-sharp, even wide open. The only downside is the weight – I don’t think it’s a coincidence that I’m hobbling around the house with a slipped disc in my back, a problem I haven’t had for about…a year.
All the images here were shot with the Nikon D800E/35mm 1.4G and edited using Lightroom 5 and VSCO software.