After an amazing Sushi dinner tonight in Riverside, we decided to go out shooting in and around the Riverside area. I busted out the D7000 and the AF NIKKOR 50mm 1.8D lens and the AF NIKKOR 80-200mm 2.8D ED telephoto and proceeded to shoot my bride.
I ABSOLUTELY love the bokeh of the 50mm 1.8D prime lens. It's very jittery/nervous but it's strange bokeh is what makes this lens so fun. I've always grabbed the "Nifty Fifty" when i wanted jittery/hard-lined bokeh(especially for portraits on a DX body). Not all lenses need a creamy bokeh.
AF NIKKOR 50mm 1.8D Prime lens
Photo and editing by Cary Jordan
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