These Canon EF 24-105mm Photos have all been taken within the last 2 years by the author. This lens has a pretty versatile zoom range of wide-angle to medium telephoto with a constant maximum aperture of f4 throughout the zoom range.
It's my primary choice for beach photography where I am shooting family group poses as well as tighter cropped head and shoulder shots during sessions.
I've found f4 to give me a good amount of bokeh when I am looking for a pleasantly out of focus background.
This was the only lens I had on my camera the entire day for my hike through Rickets Glen State Park. The trail takes the average hiker about 4 or 5 hours to do.
The portrait below was taken with the lens set at 70mm. It could have been taken with the Canon 24-105mm or the 70-200mm lens. If it would have been a large group, the 70-200 would not have been able to be used without backing up the camera if there was room to do so.
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