Quote Originally Posted by F/1.4 View Post
I shoot with the 24mm f/1.4G on my F100's and it is absolutely incredible.

When photographing people, I use it for wedding receptions or environmental portraits. These were shot with the Kodak BW400CN @ ISO 200 and f/1.4:

But it's not just for people either, it also makes an INSANE landscape lens.
Watch out! it's digital: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mrmeeke...ream/lightbox/
Perfect case in point of why I prefer 28mm. I'd crop all of those pix a bit if they were my own. They are relatively small subjects within the frame, and there is a vast array of interesting lawn chairs and back yard in the background. But get any closer, and the subjects warp even more than they already are. It is a personal choice, obviously, and I don't mean to say that it is anything but, but rather to explain why I would choose 28.