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PostPosted: Wed Apr 18, 2012 9:45 pm 
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Nice thread :)

I got a Nikon d5000 with the standard lenses (18-55 and 55-200). However i found an old film camera and for my surprise it have attached a 50mm 1.8 lens. I thought to myself, "I must find a way to put this lens in my digital camera". After some hours of hard work i finally 'made' an adapter and the results are below. I really like this lens, everything is manual but i don't care. In a sense it makes you think before pressing the shutter button and that's a good thing.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 18, 2012 11:09 pm 
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- EF 24-70 f/2.8L II USM
Advantages:
- Best image quality through all focal lengths
- Constant f/2.8 appeture
- Very fast auto focus
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- No Image Stabilisation
- More expensive


This lens, of all I have, gets the most use - it's outstanding, however I cannot agree with the part I emboldened - the focus can be horribly slow when conditions aren't perfect.

The EF 24-70 f/2.8L II USM is a new lens, not available in the UK yet, so yours must be the current version - the EF 24-70mm f2.8 L USM.
Costs more twice as much as the current one, so it had better be good.


No, I'm talking about the II - I've had extended hands on use direct from Canon. The focus is great when conditions are good, but again in bad conditions it's slow. But I was using it on an older 1Ds2, so perhaps the pairing wasn't the best.

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sgt.hartman wrote:
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specdecible wrote:
- EF 24-70 f/2.8L II USM
Advantages:
- Best image quality through all focal lengths
- Constant f/2.8 appeture
- Very fast auto focus
Disadvantages:
- No Image Stabilisation
- More expensive


This lens, of all I have, gets the most use - it's outstanding, however I cannot agree with the part I emboldened - the focus can be horribly slow when conditions aren't perfect.

The EF 24-70 f/2.8L II USM is a new lens, not available in the UK yet, so yours must be the current version - the EF 24-70mm f2.8 L USM.
Costs more twice as much as the current one, so it had better be good.


No, I'm talking about the II - I've had extended hands on use direct from Canon. The focus is great when conditions are good, but again in bad conditions it's slow. But I was using it on an older 1Ds2, so perhaps the pairing wasn't the best.

Thanks for the heads up, anything else about this lens you would care to share?

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 19, 2012 7:48 am 
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specdecible wrote:
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specdecible wrote:
- EF 24-70 f/2.8L II USM
Advantages:
- Best image quality through all focal lengths
- Constant f/2.8 appeture
- Very fast auto focus
Disadvantages:
- No Image Stabilisation
- More expensive


This lens, of all I have, gets the most use - it's outstanding, however I cannot agree with the part I emboldened - the focus can be horribly slow when conditions aren't perfect.

The EF 24-70 f/2.8L II USM is a new lens, not available in the UK yet, so yours must be the current version - the EF 24-70mm f2.8 L USM.
Costs more twice as much as the current one, so it had better be good.


No, I'm talking about the II - I've had extended hands on use direct from Canon. The focus is great when conditions are good, but again in bad conditions it's slow. But I was using it on an older 1Ds2, so perhaps the pairing wasn't the best.

Thanks for the heads up, anything else about this lens you would care to share?

Bit of a concern if a brand new £2,300 lens has issues with focus speed. Have you thought about waiting until it comes out and then borrowing or hiring both lenses for a few days, to do your own evaluation?


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 19, 2012 9:20 am 
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Bit of a concern if a brand new £2,300 lens has issues with focus speed. Have you thought about waiting until it comes out and then borrowing or hiring both lenses for a few days, to do your own evaluation?

Yeah, I'm struggling to find any real justified reason for the difference in price tag. I will definitely hold out for reviews but so far it's not winning me over.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 19, 2012 10:29 am 
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mprules wrote:
Nice thread :)

I got a Nikon d5000 with the standard lenses (18-55 and 55-200). However i found an old film camera and for my surprise it have attached a 50mm 1.8 lens. I thought to myself, "I must find a way to put this lens in my digital camera". After some hours of hard work i finally 'made' an adapter and the results are below. I really like this lens, everything is manual but i don't care. In a sense it makes you think before pressing the shutter button and that's a good thing.

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Nice treat, and really like the bokeh in the second one, had you considered cropping it a bit?

Out of interest, what did you do to get the lens to fit?
My D300 supposedly works with all lenses made after 1977, never tried it though because the only old lenses I've got are from an Olympus OM10 and a prehistoric Pentax.


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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2012 7:41 pm 
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Off to Monaco in a cople of weeks and was after ome photography tips.....

How do you take photos with the car in focus and the background blurry, I understand it's either speeding up the hitter speed or lowing it down???

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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2012 10:02 pm 
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I just don't get any time these days, it's rubbish.

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PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2012 8:03 am 
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jensons button wrote:
Off to Monaco in a cople of weeks and was after ome photography tips.....

How do you take photos with the car in focus and the background blurry, I understand it's either speeding up the hitter speed or lowing it down???

Cheers!

The technique is called "Panning", the basic idea is that you follow the moving subject with your camera so then the subject you are tracking remains in a fixed position within your frame, hence creating a motion blurred background. It can be tricky to get right but after some trial and error you will get the hang of it.

Here's a link for some tips: http://digital-photography-school.com/m ... g-subjects

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 08, 2012 12:04 pm 
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Wow. Did you plan for that one or was it a lucky capture? Either way, great pic.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 08, 2012 12:24 pm 
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Wow. Did you plan for that one or was it a lucky capture? Either way, great pic.


Lucky capture, noticed him silhouetted against the beacon fire and thought it might make a interesting image. didn't notice till later that he'd shifted around.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2012 10:08 am 
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Dr Lee wrote:
DOLOMITE wrote:
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Wow. Did you plan for that one or was it a lucky capture? Either way, great pic.


Lucky capture, noticed him silhouetted against the beacon fire and thought it might make a interesting image. didn't notice till later that he'd shifted around.

Have to agree, it is pretty cool.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2012 10:29 am 
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My Camera History

Chicago - 35mm film scan from Olympus compact camera
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San Francisco, from Alcatraz - Early compact digital, Fuji Finepix 4700 Zoom
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Urubamba valley, Peru - Slightly less ancient compact digital, Fuji Finepix F810
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Rochefort-en-Terre, Brittany - 2006 Digital bridge camera, Fuji Finepix S9600
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Whistler Village, Canada - 2007 - 2008 DSLR, Nikon D200
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Old Faithful, Yellowstone - 2008 - 2012 DSLR, Nikon D300
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Now waiting to see if the D300 replacement really does turnout to be an affordable FX\full frame camera...


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2012 10:41 am 
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Really liking the Peru and Brittany shots :thumbup:

EDIT- Took these a few weeks back...

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Just took that through the front room window, Hence the rather irritating white fade..... which is the reflection of my Yoda replica lightsaber. There was an adult robin with it, but it flew off before i could get an in focus shot of the two of them.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2012 10:53 pm 
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You guys know what is this? :-P

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2012 11:19 pm 
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You guys know what is this? :-P

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To me it looks like the ceiling of a building, maybe a church?

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To me it looks like the ceiling of a building, maybe a church?


Bingo!

Its the ceiling of Sagrada Familia

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Just took that through the front room window, Hence the rather irritating white fade..... which is the reflection of my Yoda replica lightsaber. There was an adult robin with it, but it flew off before i could get an in focus shot of the two of them.


I took this last week (not sure what species it is, the mother wasn't around).
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Here's some of my studio work:
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A grass snake I saw in the woods today.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2012 11:18 pm 
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I am interested in photography, and I enjoy seeing other peoples work, but I am by no means a photographer.
I have a few pics that I have taken that I like though.

Me skiing at the end of the season 2012 (iPhone 4)_
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Hurricane Irene out of my window (iPhone 4)
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Bike and Train (iPhone 4)
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Boating Sunset (Gopro)
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Manhattan, Ellis Island (Gopro)
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Train on low bridge (Gopro)
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Can't Slow Down, Too Much Evil In My Rear View (Gopro)
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350z Train (Nikon S6000)
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Sunset (iPhone 4)
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Same winter sunset at before, but enhanced with photoshop (iPhone 4)
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Splash (iPhone 4)
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Scirocco (iPhone 4)
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350z (Unkown Nikon DSLR)
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Can't Slow Down, Too Much Evil In My Rear View (Gopro)
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Raikkonen?

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Haha yeah I have 3 replica helmets and I decided it would be funny to drive down the highway with them on with my Brother.
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Well I think it's time to bump this thread

Try and spot whats missing

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my sis set fire to a tissue earlier today... so like any responsible big brother.... i took photos :lol:

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Chocolate Piranah - Window display of a shop in Brugge called The Chocolate Line.
Don't know how often they change the display, but there's always something different when we go over to stock up on beer and whatnot.
Taken with Canon Powershot G12 - one of the only compact cameras with a viewfinder.
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Yosemite!

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one of the most beautiful places i've been to (so far :) )


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bloody hell man... that is amazing.

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Yosemite!

taken with my awesome (but rubbish) camera (Sony Cyber-shot Dsc-t90)

one of the most beautiful places i've been to (so far :) )

OK, I'm impressed. :)
Also a bit jealous...


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Jimbox01 wrote:
vikz22 wrote:
Yosemite!

taken with my awesome (but rubbish) camera (Sony Cyber-shot Dsc-t90)

one of the most beautiful places i've been to (so far :) )

OK, I'm impressed. :)
Also a bit jealous...



thanks!

i think with a halfway decent camera though, the pictures taken at Yosemite would be immense! Its such a beautiful area of the world.


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vikz22 wrote:
Jimbox01 wrote:
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Yosemite!

taken with my awesome (but rubbish) camera (Sony Cyber-shot Dsc-t90)

one of the most beautiful places i've been to (so far :) )

OK, I'm impressed. :)
Also a bit jealous...



thanks!

i think with a halfway decent camera though, the pictures taken at Yosemite would be immense! Its such a beautiful area of the world.
I don't think it really matters whether or not it's a technically perfect photo when you have such an awesome scene as that.

I was talking to the owner of a fine art photography gallery in Jackson Hole earlier this year, and he was telling me the extreme length they go to for the perfect landscape shot.
In that part of the country there're only two or three months of the year when it's worth even bothering to go out, the rest of the year the sun/light's not right. During their 'season' they're on the road before 4 am just about every day, and have to lug half a ton of camera equipment with them, just so they can sit there and wait for the perfect moment to take the shot - which very often never comes. Just to complicate matters, they shoot with large format film cameras, so they can't keep firing off shots just in case they turn out to be keepers, if they don't judge the moment perfectly, they waste hugely expensive film and by the time they've reloaded it's probably too late. Most of them do carry and use medium format cameras and digital SLR's but the really top class gallery stuff is all done on film.

For most people that level of dedication isn't possible, so even if you do have top of the line equipment you're still not going to get as good a shot as the pros, because you're never in the right spot at exactly the right time.

On the rare occassions I have got my pickle in gear and gone out (early/late) to take specific photos, the results have been OK but not that stunning - combination of me, the subject, and conditions.

Reculver, Kent - used a tripod for this, hung around ages waiting.
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Chablis - got up early but hadn't researched a spot, so ended up just getting what I could, makes a nice print though.
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Up the hill a bit from my house - just happened to get up early.
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Lake Titikaka - bit of a cheat, this was taken from the hotel room window with an early compact digital.
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vikz22 wrote:
Jimbox01 wrote:
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Yosemite!

taken with my awesome (but rubbish) camera (Sony Cyber-shot Dsc-t90)

one of the most beautiful places i've been to (so far :) )

OK, I'm impressed. :)
Also a bit jealous...



thanks!

i think with a halfway decent camera though, the pictures taken at Yosemite would be immense! Its such a beautiful area of the world.

You mean like Ansel Adams, he did a huge series at Yosemite and actually took a series of photo's from that exact point from each season to show how the valley changes. Just out of curiosity was that a look-out point?

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specdecible wrote:
vikz22 wrote:
Jimbox01 wrote:
vikz22 wrote:
Yosemite!

taken with my awesome (but rubbish) camera (Sony Cyber-shot Dsc-t90)

one of the most beautiful places i've been to (so far :) )

OK, I'm impressed. :)
Also a bit jealous...



thanks!

i think with a halfway decent camera though, the pictures taken at Yosemite would be immense! Its such a beautiful area of the world.

You mean like Ansel Adams, he did a huge series at Yosemite and actually took a series of photo's from that exact point from each season to show how the valley changes. Just out of curiosity was that a look-out point?

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thats a pretty immense photo!

the one i took was just at the car park at tunnel view.

we took a few from a look out point, which require a half an hour hike (i use hike in the loosest sense)

its just surreal being there, its feels like something out of "The land before time" films


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That's kinda what i was thinking when i saw the first shot..... that or the image wouldn't look out of place with a space ship in it

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