I took some photos of my friends in their new home for their upcoming wedding back home in China. This was my first time using the new 35mm indoors at these distances and overall I am pretty darn happy. The wide aperture allowed me to use ISO 400 instead of having to use something higher above 3200, and that's really nice for ambient light pictures inside. The autofocus worked most of the time, and it only missed focus when the camera probably didn't have much information to go off of and just guessed wrong - eg. focusing on their chest, or shirt, instead of using their eyes.
Here are some of the results:
1) LED light panels provided the FG illumination here
2) Same LEDs used here
3) Even with the extremely shallow DOF @ f/1.4 both their faces were in focus. I was impressed! Very small amount of LED light panel light was used here on their faces.
4) Ambient lighting, no external lights used.
7) Hard to tell at this size, but his face is ever so slightly out of focus. At f/1.4 it's really hard to keep both subject's faces in the focal plane, but in this case I was still satisfied with the result and I think it looks perfectly fine.