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Sep 06, 2009 08:08 |  #2461

prinspaul wrote in post #8592849 (external link)
50mm (35*1,3) is a great focal length for weddings indeed! :)

So is that meaning using 50mm on FF is better than 35mm on FF for weddings?


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Sep 06, 2009 08:09 |  #2462

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WISH I NEVER SOLD THIS LENS! :(

when i buy something, i never sell it unless i get something better newer model of the older copy of the same focal length ;)


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Sep 06, 2009 11:37 |  #2463

I like mine very much but I do think that i missed a trick in not getting a 24IIL instead. It's a more "me" focal length....oh well...xmass isn't too far away.


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Sep 06, 2009 12:10 |  #2464

GMCPhotographics wrote in post #8593669 (external link)
I like mine very much but I do think that i missed a trick in not getting a 24IIL instead. It's a more "me" focal length....oh well...xmass isn't too far away.

That's my next one :)


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Sep 06, 2009 12:38 |  #2465

Tareq wrote in post #8592910 (external link)
So is that meaning using 50mm on FF is better than 35mm on FF for weddings?

no...but he did use 45mm instead of 35. I mean, I think everybody will agree that the 35L is a great lens...but the focal length should be right too.




  
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Sep 06, 2009 16:15 |  #2466

prinspaul wrote in post #8593881 (external link)
no...but he did use 45mm instead of 35. I mean, I think everybody will agree that the 35L is a great lens...but the focal length should be right too.

That is what i was meaning, i can love 24mm or 14mm and even 135L, check the thread of 135L how awesome is this lens, but does that means that 135L is a great lens for weddings?
There are many focal lengths that can be great for certain jobs, but people love certain lenses due to the performance and optical IQ, i can hear that people love this lens for weddings in 5 or 6 different lenses threads.


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Sep 06, 2009 16:25 |  #2467

Tareq wrote in post #8594676 (external link)
That is what i was meaning, i can love 24mm or 14mm and even 135L, check the thread of 135L how awesome is this lens, but does that means that 135L is a great lens for weddings?
There are many focal lengths that can be great for certain jobs, but people love certain lenses due to the performance and optical IQ, i can hear that people love this lens for weddings in 5 or 6 different lenses threads.

true

you don't understand what I was meaning lol...
I have only confirmed that 50mm CAN BE a great focal length;)




  
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Sep 06, 2009 17:34 |  #2468

prinspaul wrote in post #8594713 (external link)
true

you don't understand what I was meaning lol...
I have only confirmed that 50mm CAN BE a great focal length;)

No, i don't understand, and i want to say that 50mm can be a great focal length. :lol:


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Sep 06, 2009 18:14 |  #2469

i need to stop coming in here.


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Sep 06, 2009 18:19 |  #2470

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i need to stop coming in here.

Can you!


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Sep 06, 2009 20:50 |  #2471

I just realized I haven't posted here even though I have this lens.

Btw, before this, whenever I posted pictures, the exif would be embedded. However, recently I find that they are not. Which is why I place a link to the exif page on my flickr site. Anyone know why? Even when I just use DPP to convert my raw images to JPG, and upload directly to flickr, there is no exif when I post the pic, but it is there on flickr.

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Sep 06, 2009 21:24 |  #2472

Is there ever EXIF data when you post a pic hosted elsewhere (as opposed to attaching the pic)?


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Sep 07, 2009 01:17 |  #2473

But shouldn't there be? Everyone else has their exif attached. All I have to do is drag their photo and drop it onto my exif viewer, and up pops the exif. But it doesn't work on my pics. I'm stumped. :s


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Sep 07, 2009 09:51 |  #2474

Tareq wrote in post #8594676 (external link)
That is what i was meaning, i can love 24mm or 14mm and even 135L, check the thread of 135L how awesome is this lens, but does that means that 135L is a great lens for weddings?
There are many focal lengths that can be great for certain jobs, but people love certain lenses due to the performance and optical IQ, i can hear that people love this lens for weddings in 5 or 6 different lenses threads.

I can shoot an entire wedding with a 35L and an 85L and two 5Ds.




  
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Sep 07, 2009 10:08 |  #2475

airfrogusmc wrote in post #8598552 (external link)
I can shoot an entire wedding with a 35L and an 85L and two 5Ds.

I can shoot the entire wedding with just 24-70L on full frame, or say one 24-70 and one 50mm 1.4 both on full frame ;)


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