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What is your go-to lens for street photography?
Old 04-19-2019   #1
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What is your go-to lens for street photography?

Do you have a single lens you like for street photography? Which one is it? How come?
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Old 04-19-2019   #2
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The one I've gained results that please me the most is the goggled Summaron 35mm f2.8 on my M3. So it gets used most.
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The one I've gained results that please me the most is the goggled Summaron 35mm f2.8 on my M3. So it gets used most.
Since I got my M10-P I've been using a mix of various lenses, but mostly the Leica 35mm f/1.4 FLE has been on the body the most. I ended up selling the lens and trying other lenses: Zeiss 28 f/2.8 Biogon, Zeiss 50 f/1.5 Sonnar, and a Leica 90 f/2.8 tele-elemarit 'thin'. I also tried a Leica Q with it's 28mm lens.

When I used the 28 Zeiss and Q it made me want to shoot from the hip more for some reason, and it intrigues me as to why. When I used Nikon my 95% on body lens was the 17-35 f/2.8 on a D300 and D700. I know the D300 is a crop sensor so that 17-35 ended up being somewhere around 26-53mm. But using that lens I never did any shooting from the hip.

I've been trying to slim my gear carried down to a small bag (Domke f803) with one body and one to two lenses instead of two bodies with four or five lenses. So I'm interested in what others are doing, thanks!
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Old 04-19-2019   #5
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I`m a 50mm fan mostly...
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I`m a 50mm fan mostly...
It seems like a lot of people like to use 35/50 instead of 28. I wonder why?
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It seems like a lot of people like to use 35/50 instead of 28. I wonder why?

I wonder if the folks who bring us the Ricoh GR wonder.
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Old film cameras, either a 35 or 50mm. Modern digital, a compact zoom - seems weird to limit yourself to one focal length with today's tech
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Old 04-19-2019   #10
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Old film cameras, either a 35 or 50mm. Modern digital, a compact zoom - seems weird to limit yourself to one focal length with today's tech
Hmm, for street photography composition is important. When you always work with the same lens, you get used to its angle of view, so you can react much faster. When you have to think about the lens or the angle of view, your moment is gone.

For me a 50mm, exactly in between a tele and a wide angle.

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I don't classify my photography as being "street". It's more "general BS" or "mindless meandering".

Either way, for the types of photos most people today consider street photography I pretty much do a 50/50 split between the 50mm equivalent and the 35mm equivalent lenses. With Leicas, I used 35mm and 50mm Summicrons. Same focal lengths at other times with both Canon and Nikon. Today it's the same equivalent focal lengths with Fuji APS-C bodies--23mm and 35mm.

I'm pretty much set in my ways of doing things.
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'ts funny. I was all set to answer "35" in the poll, but then remembered that on a recent trip to Japan, I used almost exclusively a 24/2.8. So mark me as "other" . . . Truth is, I have gone through phases when the answer was "50," then for about 15 years the answer was "35." I seem to be getting wider as I get older, in more ways than one!
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It was a 50mm, but about 3-4 years ago I started to use a 35mm more and more and these days the 35mm is my stock lens choice (with a 50mm in the bag in case I need it).
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40mm Rokkor.

Because street photography decisions are fast, I think it is good to use a focal length that shows you the scene as you see it so that you can compose intuitively. As much as I love Windogrand's work, for example, I had a lot of trouble composing with 28mm because it is not my visual field of awareness. I find the 40mm to cover almost exactly what I am aware of seeing.
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40mm Rokkor.

Because street photography decisions are fast, I think it is good to use a focal length that shows you the scene as you see it so that you can compose intuitively. As much as I love Windogrand's work, for example, I had a lot of trouble composing with 28mm because it is not my visual field of awareness. I find the 40mm to cover almost exactly what I am aware of seeing.
That's how I feel with 28, seems like it's too wide but 35 seems like my sweet spot. It could also be because I wear glasses that aren't pressed against my face so looking through the viewfinder 35 framelines are easier to see then 28.
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Yes, and a lot of people (me, for example) find it uncomfortable to shoot strangers up close which a 28 often demands for street.

Winogrand smiles and sometimes fumbles with his camera, pretending to be an inept amateur.



Agree on the 40...in fact, Fuji 27mm 2.8 pancake on an X E2 is my second favorite.
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My interest is mostly pictures of people. I love a crowded street festival most, because people are more open to being photographed, and I can usually move in.

I was enjoying the videos of Eduardo Pavez Gove in the other thread, and he did a lot in less crowded streets, and he couldn't move in. Looks like a 85 or 90 could have been used to better effect.
Anyway for me, crowded streets and a 35.


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My interest is mostly pictures of people. I love a crowded street festival most, because people are more open to being photographed, and I can usually move in.

I was enjoying the videos of Eduardo Pavez Gove in the other thread, and he did a lot in less crowded streets, and he couldn't move in. Looks like a 85 or 90 could have been used to better effect.
Anyway for me, crowded streets and a 35.
Other thread? Never heard of Eduardo Pavez Gove I'll have to check him out!
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We used to have sub-forum for street photography...
Anyway. We are alive and on the streets.

The usage of the lens depends on the density of the street.
One shoot for all is 35 for me.
Dead streets in Canada (most of them) is 50.
If it is Toronto downtown, 28 will do.
If it is something like free candies or free ice cream, then those groundhogs will crawl out as crowd and I plough through them and their fruits of legum with 21 or 16.
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We used to have sub-forum for street photography...
Anyway. We are alive and on the streets.

The usage of the lens depends on the density of the street.
One shoot for all is 35 for me.
Dead streets in Canada (most of them) is 50.
If it is Toronto downtown, 28 will do.
If it is something like free candies or free ice cream, then those groundhogs will crawl out as crowd and I plough through them and their fruits of legum with 21 or 16.

Yeah that makes a lot of sense. I always was of the mentality of 'one lens one camera' but with primes you have to adapt. You've definitely given me some things to think about.
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I most often use a 35mm lens. I've had my 35/2.8 Summaron for almost 60 years, and I like it as much as ever. Since then I've added Summicrons, Summilux, and recently the c Biogon. But I like the small size of the Summaron and also my pre-ASPH Summilux, so I probably use them the most.
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I like the 35mm field of view. It's wide enough to provide context in tighter situations, and narrow enough to appear as the human eye would see it.

Any Summicron does the job, I'd take the ASPH over all the rest for the images it creates on color film. It's also quite nice on B&W.
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I use a 50mm, mostly.
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Old 04-20-2019   #25
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I use a M6ttl with 35 lux asph . I also have a 50 cron but don't use it , think I should give it a try again .
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28-35mm. 50mm is too narrow for me.
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Sometimes I use the following zooms instead of the prime lenses I mentioned in my earlier post:

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28mm Summicron, Really started out shooting things other then people such as abstracts, shadows, building and city scapes but have recently started to try shooting candids and find that a 28mm works for all of theses. Currently I about half of the time I just carry my M9+28mm Cron and other half I bring the 28mm cron + 50mm lux for shooting street/candid portraits.
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Lately it's been the equivalent of a 28mm lens on my Ricoh GRD IV or an actual 28mm lens in my nikon AF600. I DID just pick up a Canon G9 (the old one) so I'm shooting with that zoom a bit but not really for quick grab shots. It's not nearly as quick as the GRD. As far as shooting with film, the lens I grab is the lens I use. If I head out with my F2, it's probably the 35mm N Nikkor but might be my 50mm f/1.2. If I grab the Konica T3, it's usually the 50mm f/1.7 Hexanon.

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It seems like a lot of people like to use 35/50 instead of 28. I wonder why?
For me, it’s just a comfortable working distance without weird perspective distortion. I’ve used 28mm with a Ricoh GR and like it. However, it asked what is your go to not everything we use. I’m comfortable with everything between 28-85mm.
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I most often use a 35mm lens. I've had my 35/2.8 Summaron for almost 60 years, and I like it as much as ever. Since then I've added Summicrons, Summilux, and recently the c Biogon. But I like the small size of the Summaron and also my pre-ASPH Summilux, so I probably use them the most.


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Which lens is my "usual choice" depends on the camera. Whether I call my photos 'street photography' or 'walking about photos' or whatever..

With Leica M, it's usually 35 or 50mm, evenly split.
With Leica CL, it's usually 43 or 28mm, with some bias to the 43.
With Hasselblad 500CM, it's Distagon 50mm.

Then again, I often wander with a wider FoV or a tighter FoV and shoot the same subjects. That depends on my state of mind and what I'm looking for at a given moment.

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Hmm, for street photography composition is important. When you always work with the same lens, you get used to its angle of view, so you can react much faster. When you have to think about the lens or the angle of view, your moment is gone.

For me a 50mm, exactly in between a tele and a wide angle.

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A zoom usually has a 50mm

Generally I'll walk around with a zoom set to 50mm then zoom in or out depending on if I want wide close up shots or tele shots for compression.
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That's how I feel with 28, seems like it's too wide but 35 seems like my sweet spot. It could also be because I wear glasses that aren't pressed against my face so looking through the viewfinder 35 framelines are easier to see then 28.
28 mm frames are too close to the edge even without glasses.
Only small and slow lenses will not block significant part of the frames.
I had 28 Elmarit III and now Ultron 28 1.9 and they are both blocking.
At some point it just doesn't makes sense to use 28 frames. External VF is not something I'm willing to deal with, either.

This is why 21 or even 16 is easier with the crowd. FOV is basically what you could see.
Framing comes naturally. And it is focal length where you are just part of the action. Not close intruder as with 28mm.
The only drawback of 21 and wider is distortions on the corners.
GW liked 21mm focal length and used it, but at some point he realized it was adding too much of the lens effect into the image, overtaking his effort.

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A zoom usually has a 50mm

Generally I'll walk around with a zoom set to 50mm then zoom in or out depending on if I want wide close up shots or tele shots for compression.
Yep. I put ribber band on my zoom to keep it on 21mm If it has no 21mm, I just keep it on the wide end. 22, 28 or 24.
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On the rare occasion when I street shoot with an Olympus micro 4/3 camera, the Panasonic 20mm f/1.7 is my go-to lens.
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Generally I'll walk around with a zoom set to 50mm then zoom in or out depending on if I want wide close up shots or tele shots for compression.

Yes, but when you start zooming, your moment is gone. Photography of static objects is no street photography.


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Yes, but when you start zooming, your moment is gone. Photography of static objects is no street photography.
Just because you can zoom doesn't mean you do zoom to frame every shot. It is like exposure: unless the light changes, you do not have to meter every shot. Similarly, with a zoom, you can preset the focal length beforehand to suit the environment. People work differently. Some like the one camera one lens approach; others prefer to carry a couple of lenses in their bag. A short zoom obviates the need to swap lenses.
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Up until a couple of years ago I would have voted 35 without hesitation. For the past two years or so I’ve rediscovered the 50 and find I’m using it more than ever. I still use 35s a lot but I’m finding myself using 50s even more lately.
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