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Dec 15, 2010 23:56 |  #6616

mury wrote in post #11442918 (external link)
How does it perform on 50d? I am trying to decide between 35mm 1.4
and 24mm 1.4 as a replacement of my 28mm 1.8.

That particular shot was made with the 5Dc but I did also have my 40D or 50D at that time (l can't remember which right now). I too had the 28 1.8 and wrestled between the 24mm or 35mm 1.4's. I liked the 35 better because the FOV feels more natural on both a crop body and FF body.


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Dec 16, 2010 03:30 |  #6617

View_Finder wrote in post #11460958 (external link)
That particular shot was made with the 5Dc but I did also have my 40D or 50D at that time (l can't remember which right now). I too had the 28 1.8 and wrestled between the 24mm or 35mm 1.4's. I liked the 35 better because the FOV feels more natural on both a crop body and FF body.

Thanks for the replay! What was your impression moving from 28mm 1.8 to 35L?
Is there a huge difference in centre sharpness, since corners are not visible on crop?
I wonder if I should go ahead and upgrade the lens or keep the 28mm for now and buy 5dmkii, which is next on my list?


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Dec 16, 2010 11:59 |  #6618

mury wrote in post #11461604 (external link)
Thanks for the replay! What was your impression moving from 28mm 1.8 to 35L?
Is there a huge difference in centre sharpness, since corners are not visible on crop?
I wonder if I should go ahead and upgrade the lens or keep the 28mm for now and buy 5dmkii, which is next on my list?

Tough to say. I had the 28mm only for the crop bodies and I sold it when I picked up the 35mm so I never could do a side-by-side comparison. I can say that the 28mm is a very solid performer. I purchased the 35mm at the same time as the 24-105mm and I ended up using the zoom more (due to the IS and the fact that I don't regularly shoot sports/portraits) and that was why I sold the 35mm.

Ordinarily I advise people to upgrade lenses before bodies but since there is a substantial difference between an APS-C body and a FF body, I would put your money on the 5D - especially since you already have a good complement of lenses.


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Dec 16, 2010 13:14 |  #6619

Resubscribed to this page i needed a reminder that i am working 2 jobs so i can get amazing lenses from now on


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Dec 16, 2010 15:00 |  #6620

Shameful self promotion: http://blog.simkinspho​tography.com/ (external link)

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Dec 16, 2010 23:39 |  #6621

One from last weekend:

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Dec 16, 2010 23:58 |  #6622

1.

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Dec 17, 2010 04:56 |  #6623

wow guys... so many fine work here with this lens.


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Dec 17, 2010 17:00 |  #6624

ohhh self portraits. It might look confusing, but these *are* taken with the 35L

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Dec 17, 2010 17:49 |  #6625

therealmr wrote in post #11471052 (external link)
ohhh self portraits. It might look confusing, but these *are* taken with the 35L

So, what is this monster camera ? ;)


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Dec 17, 2010 17:57 |  #6626

x_tan wrote in post #11471234 (external link)
So, what is this monster camera ? ;)

It is a regular sized camera inside a padded "quiet" box.

http://www.soundblimp.​com/Default.htm (external link)

The Jacobson Sound Blimp is a housing for professional 35mm Canon and Nikon cameras which effectively eliminates the noise created by their operation. Silencing is essential in areas where extraneous noise cannot be tolerated or would prove distracting; i.e., motion picture and television sound stages, theatrical plays, surveillance, wildlife, and sporting events such as golf. Furthermore, the Sound Blimp provides protection for cameras where environmental conditions can affect delicate camera mechanisms. It helps protect cameras and lenses from the adverse effects of sand, dust, and sudden changes in temperature and humidity.


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Dec 18, 2010 11:38 as a reply to  @ msowsun's post |  #6627

on 5d , f/2.5:

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Dec 18, 2010 12:05 as a reply to  @ pawko's post |  #6628

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Dec 18, 2010 14:30 |  #6629

Love that shot, Aulia. Great work with the tones.


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Dec 18, 2010 17:20 |  #6630

Kate Senior ~ The Windy Hill

different post work from me on this one..

little more bright and colorful to balance out this dark and dreary look

shot this with a 35MM and a single beauty dish

her friend was holding the scarf and letting it go on the count the hand had to be cloned out..

Alien Bee 1600 with the 22inch beauty dish was used because it was so windy.. the beauty dish is a good choice for this type of condition.. a umbrella would break in the wind.

ab1600 was about 4 feet way camera left, and on 1/3 power

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Exposure0.01 sec (1/100)
Aperturef/5.6
Focal Length35 mm
ISO Speed100
Exposure Bias0 EV
FlashOff, Did not fire

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