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fletch62
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by fletch62

Photo stolen from Fyxomatosis.
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by Colonia

fletch62 wrote:Photo stolen from Fyxomatosis.

When will hipsters just die out?

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A friend bought a new camera...
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N.T
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by N.T

Nice photography. Really like the white one.
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by MarkGiardini

That white EPS is awesome!
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50mm f 1,4?

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PSM wrote:50mm f 1,4?

cheers.

50mm 1.2 and 85mm 1.8

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1,2 L is nice. :)

You made the shot at 1,2?

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Pic 1 and 3 are made with 50mm 1,2@1,2, Pic 2 with 85mm 1,8@1,8

That's what he said...

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de zwarten
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by de zwarten

Unless he is in low-light photography, 1.2 is overkill and, at least in these shots, it would be more pleasing to the eye (and doing justice to the object and the purpose of the picture) to stop down to 5.6-8. The funny thing about those lenses is that they are still sharp wide open, but unless the subject or light demands, you could do as well with a 50 1.8 for 100$.
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I agree, waaay too much DOF for my tastes. Nice bikes though!


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PSM
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To much DOF? :)

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http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Depth_of_field


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He knows what DOF means. I think he was trying to let you know that you have the concept reversed. :wink:
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ScuderiaDouroux wrote:He knows what DOF means. I think he was trying to let you know that you have the concept reversed. :wink:


No shit Sherlock. He he...

I am a part time wedding photographer. 8)

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