Using a single prime lens is a good advice to train creativity. I would add a practical hint for those who get disoriented without a zoom: get a 35mm. Why 35mm and not a 28mm or a 50mm ? Two answers. N1, the 35mm frames “almost” like a 28mm, but retains most of the geometry of the 50mm. In the sense that the 35mm is enough wide to frame context (and create a visual story) and is more tolerant versus camera tilt (the 28mm can create perspective chaos, must be learned: Webb vs Winogrand). N2, the 35mm has a 54 degrees horizontal framing angle, so that the framed width is almost equal to the distance to subject: that helps in establishing what is inside and what is outside frame when visually scanning for scenes. This is my first post on SBAF. I did not yet introduce myself, but this is a non-audio related thread. I will introduce myself as soon as I put together some sensible phrases: I am a nobody in audio, but have extensive experience in photography (my IG feed @mBenPhoto has some of my documentary work).