Hi! So, last year, I bought a camera using advices found on this forum (from Andy and Kelly). Specifically, I bought a Nikon D3200, and I really love it. I have had a lot of pleasure using it, and we made some amazing pictures, on last year's trip. The kit lens, the 18-55mm, is amazing, really, but I think it's rather restrictive. So I want to buy some other lenses to complement it, and I can't afford to buy more than one right now. My son is just born, so I probably won't do landscape photography in the near future and travelling is, too, out of the picture for the coming months. However, I probably will want to do some picture of him growing up, him and his mother, and all that jazz. So I guess I want a lens that will allow me to do portraits with good "bookeh". I rarely do pictures featuring only the face of an individual. I don't pretend I'm pro or semi-pro, I just enjoy photography casually when I have the time. All in all, I guess I want a somewhat cheap lens (max 350-400 $CAD), good for portraits with somewhat good bookeh, but I would be happy it if could be usable for other things than only portraits, but I don't know if I'm asking for too much. I had the nikon DX 35mm 1.8g in mind, but people mentions facial distortion. The Nikon 50mm 1.8g seems perfect for portrait, but it seems to be good only for that, with a rather narrow FOV. Any suggestions/thoughts?