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eno789

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Hey Brian,
I really like the above shot and having the blurred walker really helps set the scene and tell a story.
Cheers,
Paul
 

suntoryjim

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My favorite lens for landscapes: sharp., not too wide, good contrast.

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suntoryjim

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More from this excellent lens.
 

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WoodWorks

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I just picked one up off of ebay yesterday (for a song!) and have only taken some test shots with it so far. But what I've seen pleases me very much. I look forward to putting it through its paces, and possibly using it one of them new-fangled A cameras. :)
 

Bimjo

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Nice. I don't have a Canon 24, but I should drag out that Vivitar 24 and go play with it a bit.
 

WoodWorks

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Walking with dogs does not make for a fine photographic experience, but I managed to get these with the new (to me) 24mm Canon FD this morning. It seems to do a creditable job at close focus:



and is none too shabby when you take a few steps back:

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I look forward to trying it out in better weather, and without a couple of dogs tugging at their leashes. :rolleyes:
 

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