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the 35 has the same punch as the 50 and the 25/2.8 as well, the 28 less so.
not a good example, but here is a shot with the 28:
but if you like the focal length, it is a good sharp lens, I have nothing negative to report.
The museum series some weeks back were shot with it.
I often use the 28 together with the 85 for city shots:
somehow the 28 seems to lead itself into BW images
if you are mainly after the microcontrast/look of the 50 MP, 21, 25/2.8 35/2 and 100 MP
compliment it best. The 25/2 seems more in line with the 35/1.4 and the Planars.
And I find that the 28 is also best complimented by the Planars.
some colour landscape shots with the 28:
it seems to me as not so punchy as the 25/2.8. I have posted many landscape
shots with the 25. If I don't want to haul the 21 around, I take the 25/2.8 instead.
It really depends on what focal length you prefer. If you want 25, the 25/2.8 is a
cheap solution and it is very good for landscape, it is not very sharp at close
distance wide open, but from 3 m on you can use it at 2.8 and it is tack sharp.
25/50/100 is a good tripple set.
My vote goes to the 25/2.8. If you wish I can repost some landscape images.
the 25/2.8 has an even closer focusing capability and can double as an emergency macro lens: