First camera for Portrait shoots

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PhotonBeam
PhotonBeam Regular Member • Posts: 296
Re: First camera for Portrait shoots

Labe wrote:

DeCal Photography wrote:

Sorry for the confusion. I was referring to the other suggestions of getting a portrait lens for my Nikon when I was talking about a system that is losing support.

What are the major differences between the Olympus om-d em10 mkii and mkiii?

Both are really close in price on mpb.com.

Also, are the Olympus 25mm 1.8 and 45mm 1.8 lenses good at autofocus and sharpness wise?

Thank you

I’ve been using Olympus for some time , the beauty of modern digital cameras is that they are very good .

The 45mm f1.8 is a great lens sharp wide open .

Hell I recently did some portrait pics of my friends daughter with em10mkiii and the 14-42 ez kit lens .

That is super cute!

If you ever have gear acquisition syndrome, grab a large softbox and look light stand. It will really bring out the eyes 😃. Otherwise, keep up the good work.

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