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01-01-2015, 09:01 AM   #4951
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Yep - looking down towards the Three Sisters from Benn a Chrulaiste. 2.30am start but a bonny morning.

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From recent trip

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01-04-2015, 07:08 PM - 2 Likes   #4953
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One from New Year's. Tried half a dozen ways to bring out the mountains a bit, but alas, this will have to do:

01-04-2015, 08:01 PM   #4954
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One thing about FF you still need to put a good lens on the camera to take advantage of the resolution. I use cheap lenses on my Canon 5D and could not believe how horrible the pictures came out.

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QuoteOriginally posted by hjoseph7 Quote
One thing about FF you still need to put a good lens on the camera to take advantage of the resolution. I use cheap lenses on my Canon 5D and could not believe how horrible the pictures came out.
I would have to disagree. You need to take care how you spend your money but cheap does not always equate to poor quality. This was with the Nikon 50mm 1.8D - 85 from Amazon brand new.



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Yeah i have that lens and i love it. Was shocked at how little it costed and didnt expect such great pics. But its the little engine that could

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Well, my new D750 and 50mm F/1.8g arrived in the mail yesterday. I was playing around with it last night, setting it up to feel familiar and I took a few test shots.

Not going to win any awards or anything but I'm very happy with this shot.




The camera felt a little weird with the default setup of the front dial controlling aperture and the back dial controlling shutter speed so I swapped them in the settings. I am very happy that option was there.

I'm looking forward to the 85mm F/1.8 g arriving in the mail. It was back ordered and shipped on its own.
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I haven't taken my camera out for a while now and when I finally do it was not a great day for it.
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Seattle is an amazing place for photography. I spent a few days there and wish i could have spent more! I have some stuff up on my flickr!
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Df and 135 f2DC this morning

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QuoteOriginally posted by mark lj Quote
Df and 135 f2DC this morning
Your pictures never fail to impress
It also shows that an UWA is not a requirement for landscape photography.
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