Hey guys, I need some input on this subject. I posted 2 shots with identical settings: one taken by a Canon 135mm f2 and another one taken with a 70-200mm f4. Both shots were set at the same focal length, same aperture, ISO and SS, yet the results are really different. One shot has some whites blown out and the quality of the bokeh is not as pleasing as I thought it would be. Why is that? I understand that the optics in both lenses are different, one being a prime lens and the other being a zoom lens, yest the images are more pleasing to the eye, at least in my view from the zoom lens. How come? I don't want a hi-fi scientific explanation because I may not be able to understand that Gibberish but just an honest and simple explanation in layman terms. Thank you
I have attache 2 images taken with the above-mentioned lenses, same settings as stated in the exif data.