As a newbie photographer, fixed AF-D 50mm f/1.8 lens is mandatory, not only in terms of quality but also a very cheap and affordable price for beginners who still do not dare to decide to buy other lenses which more expensive.
Armed with a fixed prime lens Nikon 50mm f1.8 and Nikon D80 camera, I began my journey to photograph the models in portrait.
I like shooting with f1.8 aperture, but we must be careful in f1.8 aperture because of the shallow depth of field, we must be careful at the focus point, a little slip of focus then the object will miss focus.
But the rest is that the f/1.8 aperture is produce very amazing bokeh, it’s produced a mini circle bokeh, different if I use aperture f/2.0 aperture, the bokeh effect produced is not like the bokeh at f/1.8.
Here I present examples gallery of portrait photographs of the model at f1.8 Nikon AFD 50mm f1.8, And these bokeh images featured with HQ Lightroom Presets > Strong Color : Extreme Mood and using only Available/Natural Light
And Here are another Bokeh at 1.8 from my old photo stocks :