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Apr 25, 2014 17:26 |  #10201

Taken with a FD Soligor 500mm

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Apr 25, 2014 18:59 as a reply to  @ post 16860519 |  #10202

Thanks Dean,

They have all been cropped varying amounts for composition; the one with the reflection being the most cropped but is still a 3504 x 2336 image (uncropped would be 5472 x 3648).

I had to wait just under two months for the lens from ordering it...well worth the wait though.


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Apr 25, 2014 19:17 |  #10203

A couple from today:

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Apr 25, 2014 19:35 |  #10204

TheInfamousGreedo wrote in post #16860495 (external link)
Any suggestions? I know the Lee Big Stoppers seem great, but a bit on the pricier side. Right now I just have a UV and Tiffen circular polarizer.

These shots are actually the first time I've shot water.

And thank you! I'm heading to telluride next weekend and would love to shoot bridal veil falls and may need to get a ND filter prior.

Lee Big Stoppers are great but they are a significant commitment - big, bulky.

I have had good luck with Marumi and Haida.


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Apr 25, 2014 20:27 |  #10205

TheInfamousGreedo wrote in post #16860495 (external link)
I have not and I've been looking to pick some up. Honestly, I don't have a very good reason as to why I haven't.

Any suggestions? I know the Lee Big Stoppers seem great, but a bit on the pricier side. Right now I just have a UV and Tiffen circular polarizer.

These shots are actually the first time I've shot water.

And thank you! I'm heading to telluride next weekend and would love to shoot bridal veil falls and may need to get a ND filter prior.

A cheap way to get your feet wet is just to invest in a screw-on 3 stop ND filter. They come in around 30-40, and you'll likely keep it in your kit for as long as you have lenses that fit it. I personally have a 3 and 9 stop screw in, and they work just as well with my 17-40 without the need for the square filters. One drawback is that you don't really have an option for graduated ND filters. You can mimic it in post, but it's always good to get exposure as correct as possible when you take the photo. Square filters are the only way to go IMO with respect to grad ND filters.


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Apr 25, 2014 20:34 |  #10206

TheInfamousGreedo wrote in post #16860495 (external link)
I have not and I've been looking to pick some up. Honestly, I don't have a very good reason as to why I haven't.

Any suggestions? I know the Lee Big Stoppers seem great, but a bit on the pricier side. Right now I just have a UV and Tiffen circular polarizer.

These shots are actually the first time I've shot water.

And thank you! I'm heading to telluride next weekend and would love to shoot bridal veil falls and may need to get a ND filter prior.

Try backing off your iso to 100 and 50 to slow down the shutter, even shoot at f22 or higher if available. You can sharpen up up the results if needed in photoshop/lightroom etc.


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Apr 25, 2014 21:15 |  #10207

TheInfamousGreedo wrote in post #16860495 (external link)
I have not and I've been looking to pick some up. Honestly, I don't have a very good reason as to why I haven't.

Any suggestions? I know the Lee Big Stoppers seem great, but a bit on the pricier side. Right now I just have a UV and Tiffen circular polarizer.

These shots are actually the first time I've shot water.

And thank you! I'm heading to telluride next weekend and would love to shoot bridal veil falls and may need to get a ND filter prior.

Have a look at these.

http://www.ebay.com …lters&hash=item​417fabe8bf (external link)
http://www.ebay.com …lders&hash=item​1c3f7b24ec (external link)

They are a good way to start without the massive investment in Lee filters.

Another brand I use are Kood. Do an ebay search for Crooked imaging in the UK. I have brought a lot of mine from him and delivery to New Zealand is great and prices are fantastic.

Here he is, well worth a look http://www.ebay.com …ng?_trksid=p204​7675.l2559 (external link)

I currently have the 10stop Hi Tech and then .3, .6, and .9 Kood Hard Grads and .3, .6, and .9 ND filters

Hope this helps :)

*Edit* Nchant posted a link to this filter a couple of pages back. http://www.ebay.com …_trksid=p3984.m​1497.l2649 (external link) circular 10 stop. I picked one up, but have not used it yet


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Apr 25, 2014 21:50 |  #10208

A seascape just before sunrise this morning.

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Apr 25, 2014 22:48 |  #10209

Very nice!


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Apr 26, 2014 02:26 |  #10210

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Such a nice piece of technology!



  
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Apr 26, 2014 08:27 |  #10211

Hey guys! I got some new gear last night. I'm shooting a girl today and will be using the 85 1.8 instead of the 50. I'm excited to change it up. Any advice on using the 85 for portraits over the 50? I also got the 24-105 L and have been playing around with it. It's ridiculous how sharp and fast that lens is. Really shows me just how nice the L series is. Here are a couple of shots with the 24-105:

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Apr 26, 2014 08:50 |  #10212

likeknives wrote in post #16862553 (external link)
Hey guys! I got some new gear last night. I'm shooting a girl today and will be using the 85 1.8 instead of the 50. I'm excited to change it up. Any advice on using the 85 for portraits over the 50? I also got the 24-105 L and have been playing around with it. It's ridiculous how sharp and fast that lens is. Really shows me just how nice the L series is. Here are a couple of shots with the 24-105:

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I use the 85 for pretty much everything nowadays. I love it, super sharp, lovely bokeh.

Look forward to seeing results.


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Apr 26, 2014 09:07 |  #10213

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I use the 85 for pretty much everything nowadays. I love it, super sharp, lovely bokeh.

Look forward to seeing results.

Some of your pictures came up when I was going through the 85 1.8 Flickr pool actually! I love what I'm seeing other people get out of that lens.

I got a good deal on it. Got the 85 in mint condition in a soft pouch, a Manfrotto light stand, a 60 inch umbrella, two Cactus triggers, swivel head, and Canon flash for $325 from a guy on Craigslist.


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Apr 26, 2014 09:20 |  #10214

likeknives wrote in post #16862631 (external link)
Some of your pictures came up when I was going through the 85 1.8 Flickr pool actually! I love what I'm seeing other people get out of that lens.

I got a good deal on it. Got the 85 in mint condition in a soft pouch, a Manfrotto light stand, a 60 inch umbrella, two Cactus triggers, swivel head, and Canon flash for $325 from a guy on Craigslist.

Nice you remembered them :)


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Apr 26, 2014 12:22 |  #10215

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