Hello all, I'd like to share my story if that's okay. I have a Nikon D5500 and I am not a professional by all means. Photography is just a hobby I'm getting hooked to because I like to take photographs of family, friends whenever we have gatherings, travels and events. After moving on from my kit lens, I bought a 50mm 1.8G since I kept hearing so many rave reviews online about how it is a must get. I enjoyed the lens very much and on one particular event where there was a wide open space, it was such a blast to take pictures of friends with that lens. However, events such as those are very few and far in between and most of the time me and my friends just hang out and go to dinner (almost every night), try out new places and such which are all indoors. This is where I found myself having trouble as there was limited room to take pictures of anything. I mainly like taking pictures of friends and family, people, so I guess I'm more of a portrait photographer? Shots are mostly people on candid settings, group shots and portrait shots with the nice blurry background. After reading about it online recently, I learned about the full frame vs crop sensor thing, and that my 50mm is theoretically acting as a 75mm on my camera and that a 35mm would be closer to a real 50mm on my lens. Now I thought to myself, I'm not a professional but I do really like learning photography and getting better and I can see myself doing this as a hobby for a very long time. With that I thought about if I should upgrade to a full frame camera or just buy the 35mm lens? Unfortunately, the budget is really tight right now so I went off and bought a 35mm 1.8g DX lens instead since that's the cheaper alternative. I like how versatile it is but something's a bit off when I'm taking portraits of people, it seems that something's not quite "there", or maybe this is because I got so used to the 50mm and that I'm still adjusting. I'm not yet used to how close I should be to people in order to get shots and blur out the background so maybe that's a factor. Anyway, long story short, money is tight, I can survive without selling either of them but is it practical to keep BOTH? Thinking about selling the 50mm lens since the 35mm is more versatile but I like it better for portrait shots that's for sure. Do you think I should sell my 50mm? Thanks in advance for your opinions and sorry for the long post. I just wanted to share my personal story so you guys can understand me better.