Back in March I took a trip to NYC. One of the problems of having only primes is that you have to swap out lenses a lot. This time I decided to only shoot with a lense I picked up for $135, an older Sigma 28mm F1.8 AF.
This particular Sigma 28mm is one of their older models made around late 80s / early 90s. Using older lenses is one of the benefits of shooting Nikon is that most older lenses with a Nikon mount will still work with the newer DSLRs. This lens is very light making it perfect for traveling. I also felt the 28mm length would be good all around for wide and non wide compositions. The lens isn’t perfect. There is a lot of vignetting which is interesting because it was designed for a film SLR body. Also the focus is a bit off which had to be corrected on the camera body.
This was mainly a exersise for me to see what I could capture with one particular lens in a day in the city of NYC. Hope you enjoy it.