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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by ChangshaNotes, May 24, 2013.
Had a couple of hours to kill near the park.
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Very nice set! What lens(es) did you use?
By the way, looks like you may have a couple of dust specks on the sensor. Take a look at the upper left of the second and third shot in the first batch.
Love that koi pond shot!
There is some really interesting architecture going on in Asia these days. Thanks for sharing these.
2nd last in the first post is crazy good!
Thanks for pointing out the dust spots. I have so much dust that has gotten inside my computer monitor that it's difficult to tell the dust on my screen from the dust spots on the photos.
It was an all SEL day.
The first two shots and the boat shot in the second group were with the 16mm. The two shots of the gazebo like structure that are framed similarly were with the 55-210mm and the rest with the 35 1.8mm.
A great set of photos (as usual) - Nice work Colin
hey,beautiful pictures my friend, so tell me something, how feel the 35 mm f/1.8? will go get it next week
Hey Freddy, I really like the 35. It's the most versatile prime lens I have and I always take it with me usually mounted. I have a similar focal length in my CV Nokton 40 that may be more fun to use but for casual, take everywhere use, I use the 35. I find the AF very good even in low light, better than the SEL 50. It feels really well balanced on the NEX-7.