øHere is an example of some random shooting… This was with a Canon 50D. The sensor really is enough to bring the most out of any lens I stick on it, compared to my 10D. I love the LCD screen. The camera has few limitations considering video, however nothing that I can’t work around yet. In general, has vastly improved my work because of its simple resolution and LCD.
Most of my photos are taken with natural light scenarios. I think that if you are going to alter the light, that putting one on top of the camera is prolly the worst place, or, most challenging place to have it. So I usually shoot manually based on what aperture I need.
These shots are from natural light semi indoor (open air) with a 50mm prime lens. This particular one is a canon EF 50mm ƒ1.8 mk1. This lens is much sharper than the newer plastic ones that I have tried, even though by all means are pretty remarkable. I recommend to anyone who has yet to invest in a prime 50 to do so and watch how much it will do for your photography :)
After some research on the matter, the original 50mm prime(EF) does contain an additional optical element. It also has a distance scale window and a metal mount. Here is a case where newer doesnt always mean better, a theme I will touch upon again…