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ni$mo350
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Dec 18, 2010 18:54 |  #6631

Another great shot Pham! I just sent the money off for mine and it should be here by Christmas!


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Dec 18, 2010 23:44 |  #6632

msowsun wrote in post #11471269 (external link)
It is a regular sized camera inside a padded "quiet" box.
http://www.soundblimp.​com/Default.htm (external link)

Many thank!!!

So next time I see one, I just need to keep quiet rather than run as fast as I can :lol:


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Dec 20, 2010 11:03 |  #6633

mury wrote in post #11442918 (external link)
How does it perform on 50d? I am trying to decide between 35mm 1.4
and 24mm 1.4 as a replacement of my 28mm 1.8.

I figured I could put the 35L to good use on my 50D right away, and if/when I manage to pony up for a 5D (trying to hold out for the MkIII), then this great lens will already be in my bag to use on FF.

It has pretty much idled my 28-75, even though it's a prime. I did a little Lightroom database crunching on my 28-75 and found that I was using it a lot within a few mm of 35mm, so I figured a 35mm prime would still work for me in many of those same situations. It has. I'm glad I bought it.


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Dec 20, 2010 13:39 |  #6634

I'm in the club now :)

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Dec 20, 2010 15:30 |  #6635

to WTFMATE .. nice reflections on eyes..


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Dec 20, 2010 16:03 |  #6636

Hey,

I'd seen a lot from this lens here and around and decided to buy one. Now that I have one, I'm wondering if I'm getting the normal "bad CA" or if mine is an exceptional case. I would appreciate anyone's opinions!

I know shooting wide open is going to get you some CA in the contrasty areas, but.. this just seems extreme. Any advice is welcome!

These are all 100% crops, all 1.4. Generally, backlighting from an outdoor source. This is longitudinal CA, if I understand correctly.

In the top image, the areas of relatively low contrast in the door have a green CA in the mix. The blinds (lower image) are washed out in a purple glow.

IMAGE: http://ill-logic.com/img/ca1.jpg
IMAGE: http://ill-logic.com/img/ca2.jpg
IMAGE: http://ill-logic.com/img/ca3.jpg
IMAGE: http://ill-logic.com/img/ca4.jpg



  
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Dec 20, 2010 19:08 |  #6637

yeah that seems really bad. can you show a the full image?




  
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Dec 20, 2010 19:09 |  #6638

Whoa. Yea, those don't look right at all.

What's the EXIF? And what body is it mounted on?


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Dec 20, 2010 23:16 |  #6639

Here are the full photos. At web sizes the CA isn't as glaring, but still noticable. If these were to be print you would certainly see the same fringing as above. Even at these smaller sizes the purple is still eye catching.

Oh, and these are definitely not very artful photos, purely test shots.

As far as EXIF, it was f1.4 at I believe 1000 ISO, varied shutter speeds. The lens was mounted on a 5dII.

Let me know what you think!

IMAGE: http://ill-logic.com/img/ca-l-1.jpg
IMAGE: http://ill-logic.com/img/ca-l-2.jpg
IMAGE: http://ill-logic.com/img/ca-l-3.jpg
IMAGE: http://ill-logic.com/img/ca-l-4.jpg



  
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Dec 21, 2010 00:42 |  #6640

Tim Park wrote in post #11467102 (external link)
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QUOTED IMAGE

2.
QUOTED IMAGE

nice




  
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Dec 21, 2010 01:36 |  #6641

Wow Nick, that's some pretty crazy PF.


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Dec 21, 2010 02:07 as a reply to  @ dandan1's post |  #6642

Seeing your photos is always a treat!

paten wrote in post #11474484 (external link)
http://sphotos.ak.fbcd​n.net …772_5762929_409​9116_n.jpg (external link)

@ f/1.4

1 strobe+umbrella with 580EX

That's beautiful! Love the light.

phamster wrote in post #11475649 (external link)
Kate Senior ~ The Windy Hill

different post work from me on this one..

little more bright and colorful to balance out this dark and dreary look

shot this with a 35MM and a single beauty dish

her friend was holding the scarf and letting it go on the count the hand had to be cloned out..

Alien Bee 1600 with the 22inch beauty dish was used because it was so windy.. the beauty dish is a good choice for this type of condition.. a umbrella would break in the wind.

ab1600 was about 4 feet way camera left, and on 1/3 power

CameraCanon EOS 5D Mark II
Exposure0.01 sec (1/100)
Aperturef/5.6
Focal Length35 mm
ISO Speed100
Exposure Bias0 EV
FlashOff, Did not fire

http://farm6.static.fl​ickr.com …72547518_bceb31​659d_o.jpg (external link)

Wow...


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Two from yesterday:


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Dec 21, 2010 07:51 |  #6643

That's pretty bad CA...:lol:




  
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Dec 21, 2010 09:02 |  #6644

Self portrait? ;)

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Dec 21, 2010 10:22 |  #6645

lifejacket wrote in post #11490244 (external link)
That's pretty bad CA...:lol:

:lol:

msowsun wrote in post #11490529 (external link)
Self portrait? ;)

QUOTED IMAGE

Yep, found out that you can't take a photo of a mirror globe without including yourself. :)
EDIT: Unless you use a tripod! :D


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