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04-03-2014, 10:54 PM   #6781
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QuoteOriginally posted by jtkratzer Quote
I looked at the crop factor making the DA15 a 22.5~23mm lens and I'm hoping the 24 is comparable on my film bodies. I don't know that I'd want to go that wide (A15/3.5) on film, especially with how soft that 15 seems to be across the frame.
I was talking more about how the DA15 is necessary for an APSC shooter since there aren't many other wide angle options. People can setup the rest of their kit to be FF compatible but they are probably going to have to pick a non FF lens for the wide angle.

I would probably pick a 20mm lens since it would create better spacing from the plentiful 28's, the magical 31 and the 35's. Of course I don't own a 20 because they are also more expensive (not ridiculously so) than the 24's. I'm also struggling to fit everything into the frame with the DA15 so being a little wider (20mm on FF) would be a benefit for me.

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Empty wagon at NYC Subway

Crossposted from the Photo Critique forum https://www.pentaxforums.com/forums/41-photo-critique/256715-cityscape-empty-...ml#post2766810

It was late when returning to the hotel and the empty wagon scared me a bit. I took the photo and changed to the next wagon where there were some souls.



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QuoteOriginally posted by carrrlangas Quote
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It was late when returning to the hotel and the empty wagon scared me a bit. I took the photo and changed to the next wagon where there were some souls.


LOVE that shot, man.
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+1. That's a beauty.

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LOVE that shot, man.
QuoteOriginally posted by wtlwdwgn Quote
+1. That's a beauty.
Thanks a lot guys
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Thanks a lot guys
Uh oh - where'd it go. You must have removed or replaced it on flickr. Link is broken above now.
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QuoteOriginally posted by carrrlangas Quote
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It was late when returning to the hotel and the empty wagon scared me a bit. I took the photo and changed to the next wagon where there were some souls.


Love your shot. Creepy and foreboding. Well done!
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Another 'like.' Well done on taking advantage of an unexpected and unusual photo opportunity. Very nice job.

- Craig

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One shot from the other day...


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QuoteOriginally posted by carrrlangas Quote

It was late when returning to the hotel and the empty wagon scared me a bit. I took the photo and changed to the next wagon where there were some souls.
Great shot! You certainly captured the mood.
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QuoteOriginally posted by chickentender Quote
Uh oh - where'd it go. You must have removed or replaced it on flickr. Link is broken above now.
QuoteOriginally posted by waterfall Quote
Love your shot. Creepy and foreboding. Well done!
QuoteOriginally posted by c.a.m Quote
Another 'like.' Well done on taking advantage of an unexpected and unusual photo opportunity. Very nice job.

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Great shot! You certainly captured the mood.
Thanks for the compliments
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I haven't posted in here for a while but my 15 isn't gathering dust. From about 3 weeks ago from my hotel room in Myrtle Beach, SC.

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A quick shot while waiting for a tram in Oslo on friday morning:

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Finally I have some shot... Against Sun without starburst
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