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Sep 07, 2010 20:56 |  #1681

Loving my Canon T2i... Been shooting for 2 weeks now and still have a long way to go.. Here is another image i wanted to share.

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Sep 07, 2010 21:00 |  #1682

It is really noticable, way too bright. Was that a photoshoot you made for clients..?


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Sep 07, 2010 21:31 as a reply to  @ Rivest's post |  #1683

It was just something extra i wanted to add for the little girl. It was a free session so, i figured why not try something different since i wasnt being paid for the shoot. I do agree, it is a bit bright..


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Sep 07, 2010 23:27 |  #1684

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Thanx..:) As much as I loved my 17-40 f4L for the colors,contrast and how it dealt with flare, I immediately could tell how fast and full of promises 17-55 is.
I'm very happy atm with my current setup. Later I can invest on a quality wideangle and probably 100-400.. But everything at its time. I think I found my ideal walkaround lens for my T2i..
Even if it's not an L lens..

It's not an "L" on the outside but the inside just screams L.



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Sep 07, 2010 23:55 |  #1685

guyzer09 wrote in post #10869323 (external link)
It's not an "L" on the outside but the inside just screams L.

Exactly.. ;)


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Sep 08, 2010 08:52 |  #1686

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Here is another picture I took. I added the butterfly via photoshop and was wondering if it was noticeable or if you guys think it looks real.. Wanted some advice before i send it to client. Thanks

Gomab the butterfly didn't scream FAKE to me when I first saw it, however I wish yoo wouldn't have said anything because my reaction might have been different had I not known it was photshopped. Maybe I would have thought that yoo enhanced what was already there.


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Sep 08, 2010 22:43 |  #1687

This camera is amazing!

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Sep 09, 2010 12:42 |  #1688

Just got a 3rd party grip, I'm in love!!! Next is a flash...


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Sep 09, 2010 12:59 |  #1689

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This camera is amazing!

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very cute!love how the eyes pop


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Sep 09, 2010 13:53 |  #1690

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Yesterday I had a change to test more thoroughly my new 17-55 IS..
All I have to say is.. LUV IT LUV IT LUV IT.. This thing can work wonders for sure..

It's everything I hoped for, and certainly worth its money.. If only this lens had the build quality of an L lens.. I can only imagine.. My original hood is here and I bought myself a nice B&W 77mm MRC pol to pair it with..

Can't wait for more testing.. :D

That is one of the lens on my wish list as well. I just haven't pulled the trigger yet because part of me is having a hard time justifying having 3 (if I buy this one) lens with similar zoom range. But neither one I have now performs that well in indoor/low light sittings.

I hope your other test will include some low light shots without using a lot of ISO to see how well this lens perform on our 550D.


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Sep 09, 2010 14:06 |  #1691

pdx_btk78 wrote in post #10879544 (external link)
That is one of the lens on my wish list as well. I just haven't pulled the trigger yet because part of me is having a hard time justifying having 3 (if I buy this one) lens with similar zoom range. But neither one I have now performs that well in indoor/low light sittings.

I hope your other test will include some low light shots without using a lot of ISO to see how well this lens perform on our 550D.

15-85 is a much more useful range that's for sure.. It depends though on how important is for you shooting indoor or in low light conditions..
Trust me, compared to my previous 17-40 and my kit 18-55 there's no comparison in speed combined with good results..So if you care about that, there's really no choice unless you wanna go prime..
Flare is an issue with this lens I can confirm also.. I hope I can deal with it, either with hood or even creatively with my MRC pol..
I'll surely post low light pics asap. Too much work, too little time..


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Sep 09, 2010 14:52 |  #1692

Yeah the 15-85 is an awesome outdoor walk around lens, but Indoor and low light is pretty important for me because I love taking pics of my pets as well as indoor car shows (poor lighting on purpose). I tried my 15-85 at home on my yorkies, and they are just way too fast for it, and using my 50mm prim gets annoying because I always have to move around to get the shots I want, and by doing so, it distracts them from doing whatever it was that I wanted to get the pictures of. Hmm.. I may have just talked myself into getting this lens..

Looking forward to your pics.


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Sep 12, 2010 22:57 as a reply to  @ pdx_btk78's post |  #1693

I got excited today and purchased a 580ex II + diffuser ($426 shipped), and a third party battery grip + 2 batteries ($44 shipped). I also got a cheapo lens hood for my 18-55. :cool:

Next up will be a decent tripod, but I have no idea where to start with that.

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Sep 13, 2010 16:00 |  #1694

Anyone use a L lens on T2i? Like 17-40L and 24-105L
Are they wide enough for landscapes on a crop body?
I cant decide between 17-55mm or any L lens with similar price range


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Sep 13, 2010 16:03 |  #1695

ching wrote in post #10901667 (external link)
Anyone use a L lens on T2i? Like 17-40L and 24-105L
Are they wide enough for landscapes on a crop body?
I cant decide between 17-55mm or any L lens with similar price range

My walkaround lens is the 17-55. If you're doing landscapes and don't need the f/2.8, you should consider the 15-85. I'd say 24-105 is not wide enough on a crop.


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