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TheObiJuan
03-30-2005, 01:54 PM
Here are some from my 350D with the 50mm f/1.8 mounted.
I love the fitty, especially since it is the only lens in my arsenal. :D
They are all at f/2 and at varying ISOs.
http://img222.exs.cx/img222/2122/flower5gw.jpg
http://img113.exs.cx/img113/5377/mask6ch.jpg
http://img207.exs.cx/img207/8206/alex0zs.jpg

the last one was using onboard flash dialed down a bit. I was suprised how well it turned out, especially since I was only 2 feet in front of him.

jamison55
03-30-2005, 02:01 PM
Here are some from my 350D with the 50mm f/1.8 mounted.
I love the fitty, especially since it is the only lens in my arsenal. :D


That lens is beautiful, eh? Although the shallow DOF can be fun, you might want to open it up a little at the distances you are shooting (f4 should do it) - I promise the backgrounds will still be OOF ;)

TheObiJuan
03-30-2005, 02:15 PM
I should have tried f/2.8- f/3.5. I wanted to capture the ambient lighting.
The kid's parents have hired me to shoot some portraits as a result. It kinda helps to have my camera around me at work. I work the front counter at a pizza place.

I have tried all of the f/stops and found that f/2.5-f/4 too be great for what I shoot. f/1.8-f/2 is just way too soft. I would only use it if the room was lit by a single 20watt bulb. :D

Bluedog
03-30-2005, 03:44 PM
Very nice indeed. Is that the Canon 50?

Bald Eagle
03-30-2005, 05:14 PM
My favorite is the paintball mask. Detail is excellent, and brings back great memories. I dont get out there often enough. work too much. :)

TheObiJuan
03-31-2005, 02:16 PM
Very nice indeed. Is that the Canon 50?

yeah, the 50mm MKII.
I got it NEW for $58 dollars! It is worth it's weight in gold...

TheObiJuan
03-31-2005, 02:17 PM
My favorite is the paintball mask. Detail is excellent, and brings back great memories. I dont get out there often enough. work too much. :)


I hear you, now I go out there and can't play, I have to take pictures for groups and what not. But I tell myself, "more money for more lenses"

jamison55
03-31-2005, 02:57 PM
yeah, the 50mm MKII.
I got it NEW for $58 dollars! It is worth it's weight in gold...

Probably literally - with the plastic construction, it is light as a feather...