A bit of background - I'm pretty new to photography, not really looking to do it professionally or anything, I just picked up a half decent camera for taking family snaps, holidays, pictures of the kids etc... slowly building up some kit to suit the sort of pictures i'm taking or want to take and exploring the whole thing.
Currently I have a D7000, nikon 18-55mm lens (which came with my old D40) a nikon 55-300mm, and a 50mm f1.8D The 50 is the newest addition and is probably my favourite one to use, but, while i'm running around in the garden or at the park, or round the house with my 5 year old, i'm finding that the field of view is a bit too narrow, because i'm usually quite close to her, so to get to the point of this post do you think the 35mm 1.8G will solve that problem?
It's not particularly expensive, and since I love the 50mm so much i'm sure it'll do the trick but I thought i'd seek some advice from those that know before I part with some cash (it's a shame that none of my photography friends have a 35mm I can borrow!)
I've read things comparing these lenses but that's not really what i'm worried about, I just want to get an idea of how well it's going to work in the context of how i'll be using it.
Thanks for reading and any help or advice is much appreciated