Lenses for Getting Up Close and Personal


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Candice says:

“This session was a special one for me because it’s the first session I did for an up-and-coming e-book I have coming out in February. The couple  just nailed what I want and the look I was trying to achieve.”

Candice’s Photography Tip:

The one tip I can say about this session was don’t be afraid to go outside your box.

I use a 35mm lens because its makes go outside my comfort zone and makes me get personal and close with my subjects.

If you’re afraid, then do it. It’s what makes magic.


Candice used a Nikon D700 (affiliate link) with a 35mm 1.4 Sigma Art (affiliate link) lens to capture these images.

Candice Zugich is a Southern California Portrait photographer.

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Getting close to your clients is a great way to see detailed facial expressions. But if you tend to be a bit on the shy side, this can be tough.

Click here (affiliate link) to learn how one photographer got over their shyness in their photography business.




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