Ok, here is the breakdown of lens and my honeymoon, Im looking at getting 1 more
Hmmm I have some Fuji ISO1600 film in OM-Analogue and 50mm f1.4 on I'll see what is like with available light. I usually use it for dim lit rooms. It's not aggressive looking and the retro/small stylish look people warm to in a bar or restaurant rather than think wtf8( Silver and black way to go in the evening. May be grab a 35mm f2...Probably cost you less than £100 on fleabay...
so far using the 50mm 1.4 on my 620, in a very dim room at night, its doing quite fine, I'd like to think, Ill post pictures up when I get a chance.
Craig from Nevada wrote:
I think the 14-54mm is a low cost alternative
The biggest problem you will have with light is the photos in the churches.
I think photos at night will be tough. Just my two cents.
Evening shots outside in twilight will be difficult even with a 30mm f/1.4 lens. A small pocket tripod and ball head would be useful so the camera can be braced against the side of a building or something else at hand.
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