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Discussion in 'Bar' started by kramer1309, Jun 6, 2010.
ronixsix & gubbkuk : great photos, really great!!!
yes.. you just take a photo every day for an entire year
I'm doing a 52 week project with some co-workers. I have trouble just keeping up with that at times.
Agreed - a lot of talented folk here
Ha, the infamous Star Tower!
365 project: day 1
Great shot Brian. I'll be following your 365 project with curiosity. Maybe I'll get some ideas.
Question at you photo guys:
I purchased a Sony CX 115 for HD Videos but tthe photo mode disappoints me a bit.
My question is, are there any good reflex camera in the 400€ price range with HD video function? Would this be better than a real camcorder at this budget?
Project 365: Day 2
Canon T2i (550d)... idk how much it is in europe though
400€ (used) is the minimum for camera + lense, you don't wanna buy something too cheap either. Dunno the canon ones, but the first decent nikon is D60 i would say. I think the first with video is the D90 (the new D80). I'll let canon users give you the good advice from the Canon point of view.
Not intentional but this photo came out looking a lot like the stock iPhone 4 wallpaper
Project 365: Day 3
Brian... woah... thats a pretty hefty undertaking!
All the best with it, will be following your shots each day..
loved day1 !
day 5 and 6 ended up being music related as well
dude, were you in the tree? love the POV
Some of you guys take really great photos!
I used to take photos, but I don't have enough time anymore :\ My older stuff is here: http://wohmatak.deviantart.com/
The newer (and fewer ) http://blog.zahrobi.net/
^^^nice pictures Wohma
here are some i took recently:
Sick photos everyone!
Brian, yes I was up a tree, it was incredibly uncomfortable but I really like the angle too, thanks
Anyway, I'm looking for some advice. Since I got the Tokina 12-24 I've not been using the stock lens, it's shit in every way compared to the Tokina. I'm after a longish (probably fixed focal) lens with a wide aperture for portraits and general use. Since I do most of my shooting outdoors I'm thinking either Canon 85mm f1.8, 50mm f1.8/f1.4 or possibly a 65mm macro (from another manufacturer probably, dunno if I can stretch to the canon) as it would be quite versatile. I really don't want another plastic feeling lens so I'm guessing the 50mm f1.8 isn't for me, unless it could survive being treated a bit rough.
I really like the colors in this, great job!
The 50mm f/1.8 is really a great lens for the price (nice bokeh) but if you don't mind spending a bit more I'd get the 1.4. Both lenses are plastic though (if you want a metal 1.4 you'll have to find a used model). I guess it's up to you if the extra stop is worth ~$300. I wouldn't buy a macro for portrait use. The depth of field is way too shallow. I haven't had any issues with the lens' build quality, but I am pretty careful with all my gear.