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Sep 01, 2011 08:40 |  #3001

Telefragger, that is actually the lens Canon includes in the 2nd 550D kit.
Canon sells 2 kits of the 550D, one with the 'standard' 18-55mm kit lens and a slightly more expensive kit with the 18-135mm lens linked above.


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Sep 01, 2011 08:43 |  #3002

kurt segers wrote in post #13035087 (external link)
Telefragger, that is actually the lens Canon includes in the 2nd 550D kit.
Canon sells 2 kits of the 550D, one with the 'standard' 18-55mm kit lens and a slightly more expensive kit with the 18-135mm lens linked above.

gotcha.. i have only seen the 18-55IS kit and 18-55/55-250IS kits.. interesting..

i know the 55-250 is nice when im doing soccer.. but when they get close to me i wish i had my 24-105L on.... for deck hockey 24-105L doesnt leave my camera so guess it depends on distance you want to take pics at...


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Sep 01, 2011 09:12 |  #3003

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From my Grandma's garden
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a TRIPLE PORTRAIT (kind of)
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Welcome back WARAT....GREAT SHOTS LOVE the flower and BW. I noticed Baguio City is printed on a shirt of one the person in the background. Dang I miss home and the good times with friends live bands all around.


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Sep 01, 2011 10:00 |  #3004

Peter2516 wrote in post #13032884 (external link)
This is the sculpture in front of the Seattle Art Museum. The left arm is in motion. 10-22mm

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The exact same sculpture is downtown seoul - have several shots of it somewjhere.


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Sep 01, 2011 11:08 |  #3005

nice....I have not been inside the museum maybe there is an info inside between the two sculptures.


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Sep 01, 2011 13:17 |  #3006

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Killer - UNbelievable!!

How is this NOT a good shot?!? I think it's FANTASTIC!!!

I am jealous,, (in a friendly way ;) - How are you achieving such good DOF with the tubes and the 100mm.. I have the same combo, and struggle endlessly to get these kinds of results.. I've had SOME odd luck, but most of the time I can't ge the DOF I'd like without toom uch camera shake...

I use to be the same, just practice I guess. I think the flash and grip make a slight difference too, overall balance seem better.
If this shot was taken without flash I would use around f/7.1 and hope for a keeper, this was f/13 flash set to 1/8th power in manual mode, ISO-100, spot metering & 1/160 sec shutter speed.
Stick with it and enjoy :)




  
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Sep 01, 2011 14:39 as a reply to  @ KILLERCLOWN's post |  #3007

Hello All...newbie T2i owner. Really enjoying all the wonderful shots being posted. Been lurking for over a month now and finally getting around to posting a few shots from my trip to Yosemite last month. Comments/criticism welcome. Thanks!


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Sep 01, 2011 15:22 |  #3008

dirkkristen wrote in post #13034533 (external link)
I am jealous,, (in a friendly way ;) - How are you achieving such good DOF with the tubes and the 100mm.. I have the same combo, and struggle endlessly to get these kinds of results.. I've had SOME odd luck, but most of the time I can't ge the DOF I'd like without toom uch camera shake...

I agree it's an incredible shot.

For deeper DOF, do you adjust the aperture? This picture was at ƒ13... if you keep it at ƒ2,8 it'll be very shallow indeed.


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Sep 01, 2011 15:23 |  #3009

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Hello All...newbie T2i owner. Really enjoying all the wonderful shots being posted. Been lurking for over a month now and finally getting around to posting a few shots from my trip to Yosemite last month. Comments/criticism welcome. Thanks!

Great shots! Love the butterfly, great detail. Keep posting pictures! :D


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Sep 01, 2011 15:41 |  #3010

one of the coolest places i've ever been to:

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Sep 01, 2011 15:55 |  #3011

I love these wide angle shots, Dirk. The detail and sharpness is awesome. Keep 'em coming please.

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Sep 01, 2011 16:44 |  #3012

Redfire427 wrote in post #13037110 (external link)
I love these wide angle shots, Dirk. The detail and sharpness is awesome. Keep 'em coming please.

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i've xxxx pics waiting on my harddisk :D


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Sep 01, 2011 17:24 |  #3013

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Sep 01, 2011 18:43 |  #3014

Peter2516 wrote in post #13034201 (external link)
one more HDR.

I like this too. For me, the building tilt is OK. I kind of like that with wide angle. You can eliminate it by keeping the barrel of the lens parallel with the ground when you shoot, but I think city scapes look a tad dull with everything vertically parallel. IF I were to quibble, I'd say you turned up the blue saturation a tad high in the sky and it has become a little unnatural looking, at least IMO on my monitor...


Zacholy, quite charming!


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Sep 01, 2011 19:34 as a reply to  @ GooseberryVisuals's post |  #3015

6 foot 7 foot by ZachWheeler, on Flickr

Outstanding pic Zach! I reminds me of a woodblock print with somewhat the same theme...so much left to the imagination....bw!

that's not diamond head in the background is it?


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