Fishing Village (with Sigma 35 f1.4 DG HSM)

Started Feb 17, 2013 | Discussions thread
Johan1967
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Re: Fishing Village (with Sigma 35 f1.4 DG HSM)
In reply to ARB1, Feb 19, 2013

ARB1 wrote:

Austin Li wrote:

Thanks for your posting so the rest of us can see how the lens performs.

I am also tempted by this lens, but your photo seems to prove that the bokeh is indeed a bit harsh or disturbing (thinking how far away the buildings are from the boat in the first picture!). So I may prefer the Nikon?

If someone can put up side by side comparison of the two 1.4 to show the difference of bokeh, it would be greatly appreciated.

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Austin

Photography is one of the ways to get myself relaxed from occupation stress.

I'm with you on the bokeh; I think the Sigma lens is wonderful but the bokeh makes my eyes hurt. I still may pick up one though.

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Allen
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"Easier to build strong children than to repair broken men."
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The bokeh of the Sigma is very often quite ugly. For me that is a reason never to buy this lens. But if you like sharp pictures, this is the 35mm lens to get.

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