Using 100mm on Portrait

Trying out the 100mm F2.8 USM lens on Portrait. On a APS-C sensor its maybe just to big for indoors. But for outdoors it works very well. The F2.8 of this lens gives a nice bokeh. Even without IS, the image stays sharp in the whole region, but dont go any higher then F13-F16. Because diffraction on 100% crop will be noticeable.


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