Nikon D610 Portrait
This article is about my quality portrait achieved with a Nikon D610. I’ve been a Nikon D610 user since 2015 and can say the D610 is a great camera.
In my opinion, the Nikon D610 is a great budget full-frame camera for portrait photography. If you want to start with portrait photography, I really recommend the D610, especially if you are on a low budget.
Is so handy to start with full frame body and full frame lenses. Because you can use the same lenses for your next camera investment.
What really makes the difference in image quality are the lenses and the photographer himself. So not the camera. That is why it is important to invest in good lenses. For portrait photography I use the Nikkor 50mm f1.8G lens and the Nikkor 85mm f1.8G lens.
Check out the photos I took in 2020, and let me know what you think of the Nikon D610 in combination with the Nikkor 50mm and 85mm f1.8G lens.
The gear and tools I use:
- Strobe Godox AD 400 Pro
- Nikon D610 (camera)
- Objective 50mm f1.8 + 85mm f1.8 lens
- Softbox Godox AD-S65S
- Umbrella Westcott®
- Strobe trigger Godox Xpro-N
- Photo editing software
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