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A great series of shots! It seams that the 32mm would be a reason all by itself to get an EOS-M - all your shots with it are gorgeous :-) (and the others are just great).


Thanks Klaus. That Canon EF-M 32mm f/1.4 STM lens is incredibly versatile. In addition to the expected bokeh at f/1.4, Canon have allowed extreme close up shooting with this lens. According to Canon, a business card can be used to fill the frame and this has been my experience as well. It's nice to be able to get up close to things and it compliments the ability of the lens to defocus a background.

I'm a JPEG shooter so I'm not having to deal too much with color matching as much as levels etc. Most of the time I might just tweak the color just a little with saturation and then adjust noise if needed - before resizing and saving. With the 32mm lens, I'm able to leave it on the camera almost all of the time. The last time I brought out a DSLR was over four months ago when I needed the Full Frame sensor for some lowlight wide-angle shots. But I still had the 32mm lens with me on my EOS M6.


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Her hair was actually both purple and blue. (It's not just a trick of the violet-blue light behind her).


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A snake hatchling at my local petstore - shot through glass. It was about the length and diameter of a pencil.



  
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A rare Albino "Murray River Turtle" swimming under water behind glass.


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I didn't realize I'd already posted the picture of the girl in the white dress. I've removed the duplicate and replaced it with a shot I took of one of my other cameras during an attempt to photograph a comet.



  
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Oct 11, 2019 05:18 |  #483

Excellent! The 32 is really beginning to draw on me. Been trying to resist. ;)




  
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I keep forgetting that the EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM lens is actually pretty good for near-Macro shots. This water-strider, using the surface tension on the surface of a pond to float, was quite small.



  
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I still find myself using my original EOS M camera from time to time. I chose to use it here because it was snowing at the time and was mounted to the shoulder strap of my backpack when I blindly shot with it here. Temperature was -3 in spring. No idea why it was this darned cold.


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Oct 14, 2019 04:06 |  #489

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Beautiful - would love to go back there the gear I have now :-)


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Oct 14, 2019 22:49 |  #490

Well I’ve changed my mind completely and I’m going back to native glass. I’m going to keep my 11-22, pick up a 22, 32 and 18-150. If anyone is looking to move one...


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Oct 15, 2019 01:19 |  #491

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Well I’ve changed my mind completely and I’m going back to native glass. I’m going to keep my 11-22, pick up a 22, 32 and 18-150. If anyone is looking to move one...

I have the 22 and love it, although haven't used it much lately. From what I've seen the 32 is insane, and would love one! But mainly use my Panasonic m4/3rds kit now.


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Oct 16, 2019 08:29 |  #492

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I have the 22 and love it, although haven't used it much lately. From what I've seen the 32 is insane, and would love one! But mainly use my Panasonic m4/3rds kit now.

I've had the 22mm before. It's probably the best combo out there. Not sure why I thought I could own an M body without it. My latest copy is coming today. I also ordered the 32 and the 18-150.


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Oct 16, 2019 08:34 |  #493

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I've had the 22mm before. It's probably the best combo out there. Not sure why I thought I could own an M body without it. My latest copy is coming today. I also ordered the 32 and the 18-150.


I have the 22 but haven't used it much quite yet. A couple of test shots in the office really. The 18-150 is a great walk around lens, it isn't nearly as sharp as my Zeiss lenses obviously but that isn't a fair comparison. For what it is, it is quite good. Seems fine stopped down.


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Oct 16, 2019 13:57 |  #494

I posted a M6 Mark II review if anyone is interested:

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