A couple weeks ago, I made the perhaps foolhardy decision to switch from my tried and true Canon 5d mark IV system (2 bodies, 24-70L f2.8 II, 50L f1.2, sigma art 85mm f1.4, 70-200L f2.8 II, 16-35L f4 IS) to the relatively new Nikon D850.
I've since picked up the latest version of Nikon's 70-200 f2.8E FL VR, the previous gen 24-70 f2.8G (as I don't see the benefit of VR for what I shoot and the G is in some cases sharper), the contentiously debated 58mm f1.4G (as many feel that the much cheaper 50mm f1.4g is just as good), the excellent and super sharp 18-35g, 85 f1.8g, and lastly the 35 f1.8g.
I had been talking to my yogi friend about taking some photos with the new kit as well as my new Gravity Backdrops painted canvas backdrops, and here are the results. Still learning my way around post processing skintones on Nikon, but so far I am happy with the decision (though when my computer slows down to a crawl because of the massive RAW files I start to doubt my own sanity).
Can't resist zooming into the these 46mp full size RAW files - the level of detail is astounding!