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Mar 27, 2011 07:57 |  #7366

Nice Gene!


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Mar 28, 2011 17:10 |  #7367

'Yea, slimy things did crawl with legs upon the slimy sea.'

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Mar 28, 2011 17:41 |  #7368

A couple from me, from the Distillery District of Toronto, where I got married last July.

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On a side note, I am also finally buying a new lens..will still be about a month before I go purchase it. I decided on the 100L macro, can't wait!

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Mar 28, 2011 20:46 |  #7369

Zen....awesome shots !
And John....I can't believe you're calling Jake a slimy thing ! Ha ! ...what a great dog !


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Mar 28, 2011 21:15 |  #7370

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Mar 28, 2011 22:39 |  #7371

Love that 1st shot, Zens!


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Mar 29, 2011 15:28 |  #7372

Hey quick question for you guys, I am planning on buying a new 100L Macro but today at work a coworker offered to sell me his 70-200 2.8L non is for a grand flat...what would you do. I am leaning to the 100L still as I love detail work and think the 100 will give me that and still be quite versatile and is ridiculously sharp.. it's a tough call!


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Mar 29, 2011 16:34 |  #7373

Hey quick question for you guys, I am planning on buying a new 100L Macro but today at work a coworker offered to sell me his 70-200 2.8L non is for a grand flat...what would you do. I am leaning to the 100L still as I love detail work and think the 100 will give me that and still be quite versatile and is ridiculously sharp.. it's a tough call!

Ha ! I can't imagine photographic life without a 70-200 ! My 70-200 2.8 non-IS is rather beat and ragged looking on the outside, but still so perfect on the inside.....it just gives the most fabulous images.......
Even back in my 35mm film days that range was my favorite....had a 70-210 that I used a lot.


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Mar 29, 2011 17:40 |  #7374

ZensLens wrote in post #12118515 (external link)
Hey quick question for you guys, I am planning on buying a new 100L Macro but today at work a coworker offered to sell me his 70-200 2.8L non is for a grand flat...what would you do. I am leaning to the 100L still as I love detail work and think the 100 will give me that and still be quite versatile and is ridiculously sharp.. it's a tough call!

Hmm, tough question. I have both lenses and I really enjoy both (though technically it's the non-L macro, and only f/4 for the 70-200)...

If you want to do a lot of macros there's no substitute for a dedicated macro lens... But personally speaking I think it would be harder for me to give up the 70-200.


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Mar 29, 2011 21:46 |  #7375

ZensLens wrote in post #12118515 (external link)
Hey quick question for you guys, I am planning on buying a new 100L Macro but today at work a coworker offered to sell me his 70-200 2.8L non is for a grand flat...what would you do. I am leaning to the 100L still as I love detail work and think the 100 will give me that and still be quite versatile and is ridiculously sharp.. it's a tough call!

The 100L is insanely sharp and the IS is a great feature if you like to work without a tripod. Considerably lighter too to walk around with and more inconspicuous being all black for street shooting.

That said, the deal your friend was offering you is pretty good if you need a zoom with that focal range. I had the IS version of it and barely used it and sold it because of that. My 100L is a total keeper and love it for product shots and general macro usage...even works well for distant landscape shots too!

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Mar 29, 2011 21:49 |  #7376

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Love that 1st shot, Zens!

+1 to that too!

Really nice, Zens!

Cheers!


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Mar 30, 2011 16:24 |  #7377

Thanks for the input guys and the compliments as well of course! I am going to go with the 100L based on the fact that I love macro work and think it will be more versatile for me, plus from the lens sample thread, it's amazingly sharp. If my friend has the 70-200 down the road a bit, I may have to get it then.

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Mar 30, 2011 19:50 |  #7378

Hey guys/gals...been missing around here lately. Machine failure... :( (A new one has been ordered...though, no idea when it'll get here). Hopefully soon...

Just loggin' in through my phone to share another image with you all. A pretty model from Ga., with a cute Southern accent. Great person to have worked with...so, do tell how you like the image. ;)

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Mar 30, 2011 19:58 |  #7379

good shot Manish. keep up the good work.


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Mar 30, 2011 20:12 |  #7380

gorgeous. i love how she looks almost frozen in time.. almost like an adorned marble statue.


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