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22nd Oct 2007, 09:57   | tags:,,,

swamprose says:

I enjoyed this series. Brighton seems to be a source for so many good photos. I have been using a 50mm as well, and love it, especially for photos of plants, flowers--no distortion, and fast. only problem for me is that I move around a lot looking through the camera, oblivious to potholes, cliff edges, etc.

it's a really nice lens.

22nd Oct 2007, 14:27

Steve says:

I'm still getting used to the magnification effect and no zoom, but I must admit that I love it.

22nd Oct 2007, 15:23

Steve says:

I have no idea what that is?

22nd Oct 2007, 16:52

swamprose, nli says:

I can only explain it badly but it has to do with slr's magnification. my canon with a 35 mm lens=50m I am off to try a 35 to see what works best for me. google it...then there's crop factor...

22nd Oct 2007, 16:57

Steve says:

I did google it and it wasn't getting into my brain. Why would I want to compare it to a 35mm camera?

22nd Oct 2007, 17:00

swamprose says:

logged in specially for you steve.

not a 35mm camera, 35 mm lens. will go take a look round the web.

22nd Oct 2007, 17:03

Steve says:

Thank you!

22nd Oct 2007, 17:04

swamprose says:

this might help. or further confuse you.
you can spend your life learning this. OR taking photos. 'bokeh' used to be my favourite phtogrhy expression. now it's 'the circle of confusion'.

22nd Oct 2007, 17:28

itchymoblog says:

These are really nice ... very moody, you know?

23rd Oct 2007, 10:26