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| p.1 #19 · Canon 50mm 1.4 for reception? |
...but there is only one constant. That might be a clue. Seriously, think about it.
Not really, when I did these last tests yesterday, both me and the other guy were shooting and comparing results, which showed the same.
Did he have problems prior to? I say this because 1.4 can be tough to shoot with if not done correctly. Distance from subject can make a significant difference compared to distance from subject when shooting with a 1.8 same FL lens. You and your subject basically can't move without proper compensation when shooting close. Further away helps "hide" the out off focus elements.
There are suggestions to go with the 35L, but the FL of this lens makes matters a bit different because it's wider and more forgiving for a situation; in other words, you can be a little less careful shooting it wide open.
Note, I'm not defending the Canon 1.4. It's just that people don't realize how important technique is with such a lens. I use the Sigma version and love it....when I shoot with it the way I should.