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Apr 06, 2010 13:53 |  #1

Our 2 year old after the hunt.

More like an Easter Egg Scramble as the event was over in a quick 10 seconds or so...

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Apr 07, 2010 00:56 |  #2

such I sweet shot! I know those egg hunts are RIDICULOUS! We took our 2 year old to one and it was over as soon as it began! Did you use the 85 for this??? Man do i want that lens....


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Apr 07, 2010 03:00 |  #3

LylasMama wrote in post #9947953 (external link)
such I sweet shot! I know those egg hunts are RIDICULOUS! We took our 2 year old to one and it was over as soon as it began! Did you use the 85 for this??? Man do i want that lens....

According to EXIF, 85mm @ f/1.4.

Last year we took the kids to an Easter egg hunt. Our 3 youngest (4, 2, 1) had their own area. The parents were actually pushing kids out of the way to get eggs for their kids. It was over in about 30 seconds. Our 2 oldest had their own area with no parents allowed. It took a little bit longer, but not much.

OP: Nice image. I like the overall innocent look of it.


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Apr 07, 2010 12:01 |  #4

Thanks guys for the comments! Yes, I used the 85mm... Finally had a chance to use the lens outdoors.

Our group was only for the 2 year olds, but parents were allowed in (which naturally meant there were some older siblings in there as well.) Kevin, you are right, some of the parents were actually pushing kids out of the way... crazy. I think it would have been better if no parents were allowed. Anyway, it was my first time at such an event, and was caught off guard.


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Apr 07, 2010 20:22 |  #5

javanutsy wrote in post #9950496 (external link)
Thanks guys for the comments! Yes, I used the 85mm... Finally had a chance to use the lens outdoors.

Our group was only for the 2 year olds, but parents were allowed in (which naturally meant there were some older siblings in there as well.) Kevin, you are right, some of the parents were actually pushing kids out of the way... crazy. I think it would have been better if no parents were allowed. Anyway, it was my first time at such an event, and was caught off guard.

I walked in w/ my kids last year. I'm 6'2" and 325#. No one pushed me or my kids around. That was a very, very wise decision, too.:cool:


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