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Old 18th of April 2011 (Mon)   #2536
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I'm selling mine as I've now gone full frame.
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Old 18th of April 2011 (Mon)   #2537
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I'm selling mine as I've now gone full frame.

Wish you were just a little closer - I will be buying one at the end of the week...
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Wish you were just a little closer - I will be buying one at the end of the week...
Oh that's a shame! Take it you're in the US?
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Oh that's a shame! Take it you're in the US?
Yes sir... I do have a local camera shop that will let me cherry pick the one I want. Cannot wait.
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Shot these with my daughter two weeks ago. Jumping on a bed with white sheets. Used two remote flashes on stands to the left and right. The 11-16's range allowed me to get in close, but still keep the environment in the frame. It feels refreshing to use this lens on something other than landscapes.





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Fantastic use of the lens and lighting! Great job.
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Yes sir... I do have a local camera shop that will let me cherry pick the one I want. Cannot wait.
Oh good luck mate - you will love the lens!

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Shot these with my daughter two weeks ago. Jumping on a bed with white sheets. Used two remote flashes on stands to the left and right. The 11-16's range allowed me to get in close, but still keep the environment in the frame. It feels refreshing to use this lens on something other than landscapes.
Really nice shots! ...IMHO, using this lens only for landscapes is a waste! I've mainly used mine for portraits!
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Just bought this lens brand new for my 5dm2.
I think they go hand in hand my new favorite lens ever.
Very first shot with tokina

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This lens is great I WANT ONE!!
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I was trying to buy one for less on craigslist and could not wait anymore..IMO i am going to have a really hard time taking it off seriously its so fun with the 11-16.
This is the best lens anyone could ever add to a camera forget the bag just add to camera and don't forget the crazy glue!

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Something look weird with both your images. Like you over processed the exposure or something.
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Something look weird with both your images. Like you over processed the exposure or something.

I think that she either manually HDR'd them or added a layer and changed the blend mode to multiply. The sky has had some work done to it, evidenced by the halos arounf the light poles and roof line.

The verticals on the structure are also way skewed.

To OP - my above is not a nock in any way, just an observation. I understand shooting wideee has a learning curve to it. I will be going through this curve soon as I should be getting this bad boy on Friday. I cant imagine the extra curve using this on a FF.
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