Joined Sep 2010
Dec 21, 2011 00:39 as a reply to @ trefleenor's post |
Thanks Julian, I hope to find a real one soon.
Joined Jun 2011
trefleenor wrote in post #13522596
IMAGE LINK: http://www.flickr.com/photos/trefleenor/6486941855/
365.189 Would You Like Some? by Michael Shum, on Flickr
I so need starbucks now...
Canon T2i | 18-55mm IS Kit | Tamron 17-50 f2.8 VC | Joby Gorillapod SLR-Zoommmmm! | Black Canon Edition Crumpler Industry Disgrace
M&M +Cookie + Bokeh = Bokehlicious! Love it!
Have been using the 100MP for a while, I liked it so much I picked up the 50MP both are amazing I must say.
Feliz Natal - Seasons Greetings 2011 by jraposo3072, on Flickr
Beautiful details in the center, Jose. Zeiss lenses are just too amazing, right?
365.201 Ain't about the Cha-Ching, Cha-Ching by Michael Shum, on Flickr
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Joined Oct 2007
I'm always amazed at the output from Zeiss optics, colour and contrast and detail are really remarkable. I have a number of top end Ls (85 1.2, 35 1.4, 135 2.0 and the 24 TSE II) and although all of them are very very good at what they do I always fine the Zeiss renditions just that bit better. As good as they are they only one I would consider replacing with the Zeiss equivalent would be the 35 1.4.
Joined Sep 2010
Dec 23, 2011 14:30 as a reply to @ post 13590709 |
One from sunrise today
david lacey wrote in post #13590412
Thanks Michael and Mike, M&M cookies have been a Christmas tradition for many years and it is the only time of year that I eat them.
Jose, great shot of the buds in your poinsettia. One of my dogs just tried to eat the poinsettia here.
I will try to continue with the winter/christmas theme. Some frost in the back yard on the patio glass 100% crop.
WoW what a great shot David, Love the processing, has a antique polaroid tone to it.
Joined Apr 2011
I like the winter theme that's going on! Lovely shots.
365.202 Naughty or Nice by Michael Shum, on Flickr
eriicfreez wrote in post #13591869
It has a smooth bokeh
It's true, Eric. Zeiss lens seems to have a smoother transition from clarity to bokeh. It doesn't jump out at you. It's more smooth and buttery. It's just different. I find the Canon Prime produces some beautiful bokehs too, just different.
Love number 2 David,very nice.
Joined Jan 2009
Location: North East England, UK