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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 lens..so 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.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crop_factor
/> http://www.millhouse.nl/digitalcropfactorframe.html
/> http://luminous-landscape.com/tutorials/understanding-series/dslr-mag.shtml
/>
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