« on: November 23, 2014, 03:04:44 PM »
You'll never be able to control the direction of the light when it's bouncing off of white surfaces. Stick to a dark grey.
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If you need something that'll do head shots plus head and shoulders and close-ups, though, then take a very close look at the 100mm 2.8 IS Macro. An amazing lens in every respect including price. Buy one regardless.
The one problem is that is has a rather slow "macro-style" af speed. And yes, I know where the focus limiter switch is. It also has a "circular" bokeh wide open which afaik is stronger than with lenses with a larger front diameter.