Three become one…

DSC_6992SDIM1337DSC_7625The Nikon D800E, Nikkor 35mm 1.4G and VSCO software – a marriage made in Heaven…well, actually made in Japan and California, if we’re going to start getting pedantic.

I use the D800E and 35mm for 90% of my personal and professional work. I think the 35mm is a perfect ‘Goldilocks’ lens – not too wide and not too telephoto, such a versatile focal length, with careful use you can make it look wider than it is, but you can also make it look as if a shot was taken on a 50mm. I did buy the Nikon 35-70 2.8, but it never sees the light of day from one week to the next.

Then there’s the amazing VSCO software. I’m not sure how long it’s been available, but I’ve been using it for about 9 months now and I love it. There are also a lot of other photographers using it (VSCO have over 56,000 followers on their Facebook page), some are using it extremely well, others, not so well…there is now an obvious ‘over-cooked VSCO look’.

All the images here were made with my perfect como’

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11 comments

  1. Your pictures a really beautiful. I can’t wait to purchase a 35mm 1.4…lol I use my 50mm most of the time because of it ability to bring in more light and the depth of field is amazing. Peace and happiness to you my friend.

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