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04-10-2011, 02:17 AM   #2476
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From my *ist-D and M 100/4 Macro:



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Birthday party for a 3-year old

135 f3.5 - first two wide open, third stopped down a bit, maybe 5.6.








50 f1.4 These are all at f1.4 or f2





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Who would have thought that a macro lens could be so good for indoor work? Very nice sequence.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Canada_Rockies Quote
Who would have thought that a macro lens could be so good for indoor work? Very nice sequence.
+1 ^^ Great set of shots.

Nice flower shot Don - I like the unusual pattern on those blossoms. (Also good to see a fellow istD shooter )

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Took a walk with the M100/2.8 today and the signs of spring were everywhere.

M100/2.8
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Another shot from the farm - M50/1.7 (xposted from Bokeh)

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Another concert last night with the M120/2.8. Really, my plan is to use this in conjunction with the DA70, just as I did with my 135, but I'm still just having too much fun playing with the 120. So the only other lens that made it onto the camera last night was the DA15 for a group shot.

All wide open (naturally) on K200D, mostly at the equivalent of about ISO 3200:









They used music boxes as part of the performance, and left them on display when not using them:


Finally, a shot of the first few blooms on our crabapple (this was probably f/4):



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Nice shots Marc!
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QuoteOriginally posted by repaap Quote
Nice shots Marc!
^ what he said! That lens seems well-suited for those musician shots.
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Some more from my M50mm f1.7





This one is taken from a memorial cemetery of the world wars, dont freak out!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Marc Sabatella Quote
Another concert last night with the M120/2.8. Really, my plan is to use this in conjunction with the DA70, just as I did with my 135, but I'm still just having too much fun playing with the 120. So the only other lens that made it onto the camera last night was the DA15 for a group shot. All wide open (naturally) on K200D, mostly at the equivalent of about ISO 3200:
Very nice. I really like the tone of that 120.
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Thanks for the comments! And I really love those birthday party shots, designosophy!
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Thanks, Marc!
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A crocus taken with my M 100/4 on a K20D. It was very windy at the time hence a bit of "halo" in the petals. I also had to choose between shutter speed and DOF. Not quite as good as Don's above which is excellent.

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