By Laura RennenRead more I’ve got a pretty simple rule when it comes to wedding photography: I’ll use my Canon 5D Mark III or equivalent DSLR, but the more powerful the lens the better.
And if you’ve got the means to spend the extra bucks, the Canon EF 28-105mm f/4L IS USM lens is my go-to for wedding photography.
It’s a bit more expensive than its competition, but it has the same performance and features as its Canon cousin, the EF 70-200mm f.4L USM.
And it’s the right lens for my specific needs, such as close-up shots or close-ups in low light.
You don’t need a full-frame DSLR if you’re shooting in portrait mode, but you should consider it if you want to do a portrait of a loved one or an event like a wedding.
The Canon EF 70 f/2.8L IS II USM is my main lens, and I’ll take it even if I have to shoot weddings and portraits.
I’ll also use it for landscapes.
The Canon EF 135mm f1.8 IS is my next best friend, and it’s also a great choice for weddings and sports, and if you have the cash, it’s a great option for weddings.
There’s a lot of great lenses on the market, but what’s your favorite?
Read on to find out.
The Canon Canon EF 85mm f4L Canon USM Lens is a fantastic lens.
It’s fast, has a nice bokeh and is super affordable.
It is very easy to focus, has good build quality, and is very affordable.
I can’t think of a better lens for weddings or portraits.
The EF 85 mm f4 Lens is perfect for weddings because it’s so compact and the image quality is so good.
The 35mm f2.0 Canon EF-S 35mm Fisheye Lens is the perfect lens for portraits because it has great image quality and an incredible bokeg.
The Nikon D800E is a great prime lens for sports, too.
The Pentax K-S2 is a good prime for sports because it can do fast, wide-angle lenses.
The Sigma 20mm f3.5-5.6 IS is the best zoom for sports and weddings.
I’ve used it for weddings with my Pentax D700 and it works great.
The Sony A6000 is the ultimate lens for photography, because it gives you great image sharpness and the ability to zoom in on subjects.
You’ll have to decide whether you want a Pentax or a Nikon lens, but they’re both very good options.
The Canon EOS Rebel T6 is a terrific zoom lens for portrait and sports photography, and the Canon 70-210mm f5.7-5, IS II is a perfect lens to shoot wedding photos.
The 70-250mm f6.3-5 IS is a prime lens in sports, especially if you don’t have a large background.
The 55-150mm f9.7 IS is great for portraits, too, and you’ll be amazed at how well it performs when you’re out in the wild.
The 85mm lens is the only zoom lens that I wouldn’t recommend to beginners.
If you’re in the market for a new DSLR for wedding and portraits, you need a Canon EF 100mm f8L USMC Lens or Canon EF 105mm f12L US MC Lens.
The 50mm f7.1 IS II lens is a decent zoom, and a good choice for sports photography.
The 15-50mm f11 IS Macro lens is great if you like a little depth of field and you’re a good enough photographer to use it as a macro lens.
I think the Canon 50mm IS Macro is the most versatile macro lens for photographers and it has a very nice bookeh.
But, if you need more options for weddings, I would recommend the Nikon 100-400mm f10-20mm fisheyes for sports photographers.
What do you think?
Does a Canon Canon lens make a better camera?
What’s your favourite lens?