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best pic - 28 or 35 ?
Old 09-22-2005   #1
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best pic - 28 or 35 ?

ok, manny has a poll about which lens to use this weekend - 28 and 35 are at the top of the list, with 28 presently in the lead.

my question is a twist on manny's poll.

between 28 and 35, which focal length has given you your best shots, as in, the pics you like the most?

i assume this poll is more for those of us that prefer the wider end of things normally, that is why there is no 'other' choice.

thanks for taking the time to vote!
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I have always liked my 35. Just a choice. 28 seems too wide for most of my subjects.
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I am just starting to use a 28 with a RF so I voted 35. But that may change.
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IMO a 35mm is more versitile. I can stick a 35 on a camera and go, but I'd find myself limited if a 28 was all I had with me. I'll plug in a 28 if there's an explicit reason.
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Well, I voted for 35 - I don't have a 28 for my RFs, did have one for my SLRs, though; 28 to me already belongs into the territory of 'landscape lenses', I don't feel comfortable shooting people/city/street pics with anything wider than 35 (and even prefer my 40mm Rokkor, or a 50 for that...)

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Well all my 28's are for SLR's. I have 35's for all of my RF's. I have a 28mm and 35mm for the Retina IIIS. The 28mm is RF coupled and works with the SLR. I qualify.

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My hero of the week Garry Winogrand used a canon 28 2.8 for many of his great shots but looking at them you have to be seriously aggressive to get some of his shots with this lens so i'll choose 35 because I'm an abject coward
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I voted 35, but I haven't had the 28 Ultron for very long. My 35 Summaron seems to render slightly more pleasing images, but the 28 is a great lens for snapshots. If there's enough light to shoot comfortably at f/8 or smaller aperture, I just set focus at hyperfocal and forget about it. It's very liberating to shoot that way. Only the shutter control needs an occasional tweak.

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Old 09-22-2005   #9
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Boy, I stalled out on this one. I have no 28 for my RFs but have used it and a 24 on my Nikon SLRs and really like them in a city or inside. This is from a guy who thinks a 50 is a short tele and a 35 is a normal so take it from there. Either will do but the 35 to me is generally more useful overall. I guess that means I vote 35.

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The best portrait (and possibly best photo) I ever took was with a 20mm lens... on an SLR... on aperture priority mode... with hotshoe-mounted flash at full power. I took it last winter, when I still knew very little about how cameras worked. It was an unplanned snapshot taken in a speeding and rattling Hungarian train car on FP4+, which I developed myself using far too much agitation and with the light-tight lid not closed properly. The entire roll has a light leak and is extremely grainy and there's practically no shadow and highlight detail. It was one of my first wet prints and I still hadn't gotten the hang of the enlarger. And somehow the photo survived, and everyone absolutely loves it, and politely ignores all of my pristine, carefully-planned work. How sad and pathetic is that?
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I still have my 28mm Nikkor SLR lens and recently acquired a 28 RF lens. I like the 35 a lot but I think I like the results of the in-your-face 28 more.

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I'm with a lot of people here; more of my best shots have been w/ a 35, partly because for a long time I didn't have a 28. I felt a 28 was too close to a 35, and I liked the 35 better than the 50 for "normal". Now that I have a couple of 28s, I am using them more and have a suspicion they may become my "go to" lens for the wide end.

My absolute favourite photo was taken w/ a 100mm. But the percentage of good ones is higher with the 35.

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On this poll I chose the 35, but that has more to do with the 35 feeling very wide to me. I far prefer a longer focal length overall and that has held true across formats. My two favorite lenses are my Sonnar 50/2 and my Jupiter 9 85/2. I have a very good 35 (SC Skopar 35/2.5) for when I want to use it, but I just don't see wide the way many of you folks do. I've tried a 28 in M42 mount and while it was a good quality lens, I just couldn't compose with it to save myself.

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Old 09-22-2005   #15
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On my 35mm RF's, I don't have any 28mm's but I do have 3 35's (J12, 35mm Elmar & Oly XA) and a few close to 35mm's such as the 40's & 42's (Canonet's & Oly SP).

The widest (only wide) RF lense I have is actually a 3 1/2" for the 4x5 Speed Graphics, a 25mm equiv, but I only just got it and haven't been shooting with it yet.
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Old 09-22-2005   #16
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the 28 is great, nothing like getting close enough to your subject that they fog your lens

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28mm vs. 35mm in digital (actual FOV), 35mm vs. 28mm in film
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Old 09-22-2005   #18
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If you can only have one lens , it should be a 35mm. I have no doubt that over the past 40 years I have shot more what I consider "good" pictures with a 35mm than any other lens.

If not a 35 my next choice would be my 24mm Nikkor. The 28mm always has been a odd focal length for me--too close to a 35 and not enough wider to be worth much. Never understood why they still make 'em.

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between 28 and 35, which focal length has given you your best shots, as in, the pics you like the most?
Well, I couldn't say I got / get better shots with one or the other. For moving subjects I tend to use the two lenses differently, thus I get different types of images from each: scale- or hyperfocal focussing with the 28mm, sometimes even shooting "from the hip"; framing and focussing through the viewfinder with the 35mm. For static subjects I just use whatever lens gives the most appropriate field-of-view / perspective. Now if I could keep only one lens it'd be the 35mm just because it's more versatile.
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so far the 35mm is in the lead.

anymore votes?

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I've got the feeling this poll may have inherent bias towards 35mm since this is probably by the far the more commonly used/ owned of the 2?
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i'm not known for my statistical background or lack of bias for that matter.

i'm also asking for a vote based on favourite pics, not comfort level with the a lens.

my favourite pic, as of this week and it could change tomorrow, is from a 28 and i have 3, 35mm lenses, go figure.

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I can't decide, so I'm not voting. I like both fl's a lot, and have gotten satisfying results from both. The poll's wording seems to try to avoid a preference based poll, but things seem to be going that way. So, if I had only these two lenses available and had to choose one, it would be the 35.



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I've got the feeling this poll may have inherent bias towards 35mm since this is probably by the far the more commonly used/ owned of the 2?
That's certainly why I voted for the 35, although (not meaning to be difficult) my best shots were mostly taken with a 50MM but I couldn't seem to find the button.

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I don't as yet own a 35mm lens but it is the next lens I will be buying. I do have a 24mm and love the look and results from it. I also have a Tamron 28-70mm zoom that is very sharp.
I voted for the 35mm in anticipation of all the great shots to be taken with it.
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My best shots were taken with a CV 28 f3.5 Skopar, I've only had a 35 for a short time but that is the one that is usually mounted to the body. It's more versatile for daily use and is better for shooting from the hip than a 50.

Otherwise it is very close. Shots I like from other people using a 28 show more dramatic perspective than the 35 but these are sometimes shots that would possibly benefit from using an even wider lens (say 25 or 21). There are some superb 35mm shots out there that have a slightly more natural look.
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OK, first a rule change. I don't have an interchangable lens 35mm rangefinder. So how could I vote for 28MM? My Mamiya Super Press 23 has 50mm, 65mm, 75mm, and 90mm available. I have the 65mm which is a 28mm equivalent. I don't know what would be a 35mm equivalent, perhaps the 75mm would be closest.

I don't have it and don't want it as in SLRs I have found 35mm just isn't my cup of tea. I just don't care for it. I don't know why. I have had one for about 30 years and I bet I haven't put 10 photos through it. Just me I guess, as I know it is a favorite of many. I love the 50mm (100mm on the Press), but when I want to go wide, I want at least the equivalent of 28mm. I once took a photo of a mill in Clarksvill, TN, that I really like. It was done with the 65mm. If I had a wider, I would have used it, but really, the 65mm gave me a more interesting shot.

All that to say, I voted for 28mm.
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I have a 28 for quite some time now, I was pretty quick to assemble my 28/45/90 Contax G2 system. Just recently I added a 35 and so most of the pictures I like are taken with the 28 instead of a 35.

But last year in cuba I realized that the 28 was often a bit too wide and the 45 to narrow for what I wanted, so I think the 35 will catch up soon.

My vote went to the 28, ask me again next year :-)
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I'm a wide boy. But that' s partly bacause I have a 28/2.8 Rokkor for the SLR and a lovely GR1s with the ricoh 28/2.8. And the 28/3.5 on the XA4.

The 35 / 2.8 on the Nikon 35Ti is great and I like the portability of the XA, mju II and Yashica T4, but they just don't seem quite right.

Mind you, careful placement of foreground interest and leading lines in an image can help a lens look wider - something I'm keen to try when the Rokkor 40/2 arrives next week.

However, if someone said "here , have my Hexar I wouldn't be complaining "
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Interesting to read oftheherd's comments about SLRs and 35mm. I felt exactly the same way and never had a 35. My 28 Nikkor was my focal length and when I bought my first RF cam I immediately bought Stephen Gandy's adapter so that I could use my 28 Nikkor on it.

Then I got a CV 35mm Skopar and that was rangefinder coupled and I loved it. Recently I bought an RF 28mm lens and it looks like it is going to be my regular wide. To me a 35 looks like a normal but the 28, especially when you are up really close gives you a sense of immediacy (without distortion) that no other lens can give.

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I had to vote for the 35mm glass... I'm still trying to get used to the 28mm focal length, and still have large expanses of negative space in my slides. With the 35mm it is relatively easier to fill the frame, but I won't give up on the 28mm yet.

So, joe, another vote for the 35mm!
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Count me in for 28mm, I ALWAYSs carry my Ricoh GR-1s [28mm f2.8] consequently this has produced more good [and published] stuff than anything else...................
That said, I PREFER to work with a 35mm , so when "working" use Bessa R2a with 35mm f1.7 and Bessa T with 28mm f1.9 .[Bessa R with 50mm too,but that doesn't count here...................]
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I abstain. I have no 28mm in RF to speak of, but do in SLR. I have no 35mm in SLR to speak of, but do in RF. Not correctly worded question, imho.
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Of the choices you offered, joe, I picked 35mm. Lately, though, I've been using my 21mm and 90mm Elmar as my "walking around" kit.
Shooting abit of TriX and my lab can't/won't scan those so I have nothing to share from those rolls But I really like this cpmbo. The pictures are fair to good and the lenses are great! Love the "look" of the 90! Gonna stick with this pair for a while--at least until I get some worth sharing/hanging.
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I'm printing from 35 at the moment...very happy with it... the casual portrait of a stranger with his infant, someone who was initially a little hostile.

I generally avoid candid photos...this is straight into the face of someone of whom I asked permission, promising to send a print...35 was good for the brief relationship and it created respectfully little distortion.... 28 wants to create freakism, but it doesn't have to.

It'd have looked better with a 50, but the personal contact might have suffered.
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Hmmm, my fav is definitely the 12mm but probably the best shots I've taken have been with 16mm.
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started using a 35mm with the panny fx-9, and having to step back or not having room to step back, or having to step forward and creating a wide angle look when i don't want it is very annoying. more often than not, i wish i had the 28 or 50, and rarely is the 35 just right. i wish i had the gr digital, but it's so freaking expensive. =(

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I love them both very much, but if i had to chose it'll be the 35mm I love my distagon 35mm f1.4 it's so sharp at.................. f2.0!
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I don't have either focal length, but my 45mm on the RF645 is close to 28mm - and I love that lens, so 28mm for now. I like to be able to crop panos from my frames too, when the need arises.
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Don't own a 28 but

I do own a CV 35 Skopar and a Jupiter 12 for my Kiev and they get used a lot.


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