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Feb 19, 2012 15:27 |  #8911

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Great detail. I have to say though, the watermark completely ruins and detracts from an otherwise good image. I'm not sure how this picture is marketed, but I would be too distracted by the watermark to think about buying the image.

Sadly, after having many photos stolen wholesale for commercial use I've had to watermark. The photo's not for sale, it's for a magazine in the music industry :)


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Feb 19, 2012 16:13 |  #8912

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Feb 19, 2012 19:57 |  #8913

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Feb 19, 2012 20:13 |  #8914

Everything in here is wonderful. I think I finally sealed the deal on a trade for one for my 135L + $100 cash. Can't wait!!



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Feb 19, 2012 20:16 |  #8915

me too, wanna pull the trigger on this pc.


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Feb 19, 2012 20:54 |  #8916

speedy_2 wrote in post #13926727 (external link)
Everything in here is wonderful. I think I finally sealed the deal on a trade for one for my 135L + $100 cash. Can't wait!!

Funny. I hope my next purchase to be the 135L.

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Feb 19, 2012 23:04 |  #8917

That is funny. Looks like the deal is going to happen. Going tomorrow to do the trade! :-)



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Feb 19, 2012 23:06 |  #8918

speedy_2 wrote in post #13927504 (external link)
That is funny. Looks like the deal is going to happen. Going tomorrow to do the trade! :-)

Tough deal because I can see it pairing nicely with a 135.


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Feb 20, 2012 00:38 as a reply to  @ Tommydigi's post |  #8919

Seriously considering to buy this lens to replace my 35L that I broke yesterday. The 35L is amazing but I have so many weddings coming this year and I feel the 24-70 will be more useful and I won't need to change lenses every now and then. Probably to buy 50L or another 35L later because I also need fast lens and 2.8 is just not fast enough in some occasions.


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Feb 20, 2012 05:21 |  #8920

Dankata wrote in post #13927747 (external link)
Seriously considering to buy this lens to replace my 35L that I broke yesterday. The 35L is amazing but I have so many weddings coming this year and I feel the 24-70 will be more useful and I won't need to change lenses every now and then. Probably to buy 50L or another 35L later because I also need fast lens and 2.8 is just not fast enough in some occasions.

The 24-70 and a 5d2 can cope with most normal lighting indoor conditions at iso 3200 and 2.8 quite comfortably Daniel.

Beyond that you will need to use bounce flash etc.

I have a siggy 50 and 85 to turn to when the 24-70 just cannot cope.


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Feb 20, 2012 08:01 |  #8921

All of the Lights --- Miami Skyline Panoramic

The Magic City in all of its Glory...

8 shot pano, 15 sec exposure...

This is definitely going to be a print for my house... Wish i could share this in the original size, but you would hate me for all of the scrolling involved...

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Feb 20, 2012 08:03 |  #8922

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All of the Lights --- Miami Skyline Panoramic

The Magic City in all of its Glory...

8 shot pano, 15 sec exposure...

This is definitely going to be a print for my house... Wish i could share this in the original size, but you would hate me for all of the scrolling involved...

Very nice! Am sure you could sell large prints/murals, too!


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Feb 20, 2012 08:29 |  #8923

Dankata wrote in post #13927747 (external link)
Seriously considering to buy this lens to replace my 35L that I broke yesterday. The 35L is amazing but I have so many weddings coming this year and I feel the 24-70 will be more useful and I won't need to change lenses every now and then. Probably to buy 50L or another 35L later because I also need fast lens and 2.8 is just not fast enough in some occasions.

Daniel,

The 24-70 and 35L are not the same nor replacement for each other. For wedding, I use 24-70 much more than 35L thank to its versatility. You might feel 24mm on the 24-70 is pretty useful for some guests shots. 35L is not quite wide enough for some situations. Just like mtimber mentioned, 2.8 with 3200 ISO on the 5D II is very good.

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Feb 20, 2012 08:49 |  #8924

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Daniel,

The 24-70 and 35L are not the same nor replacement for each other. For wedding, I use 24-70 much more than 35L thank to its versatility. You might feel 24mm on the 24-70 is pretty useful for some guests shots. 35L is not quite wide enough for some situations. Just like mtimber mentioned, 2.8 with 3200 ISO on the 5D II is very good.

Best,
MC

It depends on where and what you are shooting. it also depends on your style, eye and influences. I tend to use a 35L and 85IIL pretty much all day at UK weddings. I take a 16-35IIL for the wide end.


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Feb 20, 2012 08:57 |  #8925

Tanya De Leeuw wrote in post #13928632 (external link)
Very nice! Am sure you could sell large prints/murals, too!

Thank you!


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