Hi, me again, I know, sorry,
As many of you know I'm really new with photography, and just got a d3000 with the standard 18-55 lens, saw I wasn't that able to get that much dept of field. I'm just getting more familiar with the camera, and after my imac and this camera I'm in a huge gap talking about money, so I don't have to spend right now in a good lens to use for several years. But i would like to get one basic lens that would help me out a bit more with portraits and depth of field and learn more to take photos with my camera.
As I said, have no money and just want the lens to help me out with portraits while I have some to spend on a good lens. Is not that I dont want to, just cant do right now.
I was looking over internet and saw a 35 nikkor and a 50 nikkor compatible for my model and under 200 bucks, would any of those improve a bit the performance with pictures, one of them (the 35mm) is f1.8 I believe, the 50 I really don't recall, just mentioning it in case that's good for what I want at this moment.
Really don't know that much about lenses right now, so any help would be great, but I understand the more the aperture the lens allows you the more depth of field you can get, plus I heard with the 18-55 kit it's hard to get good depth of field, but if any of you know a tip for achieving that it is more than welcome.