Question by  Erin1923 (33)

What are the best lens for a wedding group shot?


Answer by  PaulKria (47)

Lenses with focal range between 75 – 150 mm should be used. This range is suitable for taking portraits of a newlyweds and photos of a bigger group of persons.


Answer by  Christian9247 (5042)

One of the best lenses that offer a wide angle shot is the Sigma 20mm f/1.8 EX or the 35mm of D100 for the Nikkor 14mm f2.8d. If I had more information on the camera you were using I could go into more detail. But no matter what your camera you want something that offers a high ISO performance.


Answer by  HH (404)

The best lenses would be a 35 mm or 50 mm lens or a zoom containing this range. If you use a digital camera with a smaller sensor (APS-C or similar) that would 22 and 31 mm, respectively. Anything smaller will introduce distortion.


Answer by  HeatherJordan (10)

The best lens for a wedding group shot is most definitely an 18-70 lens. This will give you both clarity and color with relative ease. This also works for softer images.


Answer by  sprite (36)

Speaking from my own experience in photography and from what I have learned reading about taking photos online, I would have to say that the 17-55mm/f2.8 DX is a great wedding lens.

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