A beautiful prime lens great for that added buttery bokeh, wide enough for landscapes and great low light lens (hello starry nights).
This lens allows us to get those wide-angle shots in small space (like our boat). It’s sharp all the way to the edges which sets it a notch above most wide-angle zooms.
This is the best overall lens. It’s what we have on the camera 70% of the time.
A must if you’re shooting outdoors in full-sun and near water. PolarPro is expensive but the glass is sharp, don’t go budget when you buy filters it can reduce the quality of an expensive lens like the ones recommended above.
If it’s not full-sun I use a non-ND polarizer to cut the glare off water, glass, and punch up the sky. I love the look a good polarizer gives to an image.
I like to buy the biggest filter possible and use step-up rings. A bigger filter is better and multiple step-up rings are way more affordable than lots of filters.
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