Prime Lens Test Featured Image

There wasn’t too much of pandal hopping this year. There were a couple of adda sessions with my friends, and I went out with my parents and Gunja to visit a few pandals around Kolkata. My birthday coincided with Saptami. It turned out to be really nice.

My mother had a 37mm f2.8 prime lens that she used with her SLR camera.

New lens (1 of 2)

She gave it to me a few months back, but I couldn’t use it since it wouldn’t fit on my camera. My parents gifted me an adapter ring on my birthday.

This blog post has 28 random photos that I took with the prime lens, around pandals in Kolkata and at my house.

It’s tougher to focus than my other two Canon lenses. I have to zoom in every time and check the image to be absolutely sure. However, it does not reduce image quality 🙂 And additionally, I can get a larger amount of bokeh.


Gunja [19th October]

Gunja [19th October]

Saptami

Biryani being prepared by Maa

Biryani being prepared by Maa

Rakshit again

Rakshit

Something Gunja made

Something Gunja made

Lights!

Lights!


Ashtami

In front of Durga's idol at Maddox Square

In front of Durga’s idol at Maddox Square

Maddox Square

Maddox Square

New lens (16 of 38)

New lens (17 of 38)

New lens (19 of 38) New lens (20 of 38)


Nabami

New lens (21 of 38)

This is what came through the kit lens

This is what came through the kit lens

New lens (23 of 38) New lens (25 of 38)

The taxi driver wasn't giving us a ride with the meter

The taxi driver didn’t give us a ride with the meter

New lens (37 of 38)

A wee bit of panning

New lens (33 of 38)

New lens (27 of 38) New lens (28 of 38) New lens (29 of 38) New lens (30 of 38) New lens (31 of 38) Nabami (20 of 28)
New lens (35 of 38) New lens (36 of 38)

A wee bit of panning

A wee bit of panning

At my grandmother's house

At my grandmother’s house


Comments

comments

Subscribe to Email Updates

Get an email notification whenever I publish a new post

Thank you for subscribing to email updates!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This