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Thread: Work

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    Firefighter Tyson L. Sparks's Avatar
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    Jan 2007
    Newark, Ohio


    This is where I work, I wanted to test my new lens. It is just a 40-150 stock Olympus lens. How does it look. Sharpness, DOF and is the subject of any interest? Look at it form the prospective of a industrial stand point.

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    If I've got nowhere to go?

    Sony a55 16-50mm 2.8 ssm Minolta 50mm 70-300 dt 5.6

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    Re: Work

    fuzzy in the front and sharp at the rear dosnt always work too well..


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    Senior Shooter Greg McCary's Avatar
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    Rome Ga.

    Re: Work

    I think that I would have cropped a little at the bottom and some on the right, I find the stairs the most interesting element. Your going to love that lens. I almost caught a cop taking a nap with mine today...
    I am like Barney Fife, I have a gun but Andy makes me keep the bullet in my pocket..

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    Re: Work

    The areas in focus look sharp enough, although a little usm, or more , might help. I like the industrial scene and also find the stairs area to be the most interesting here. I agree that foreground blur usually does not work well, so if you are going to include a foreground element such as the desk you may want to try focusing on it and letting the bg scene become a bit soft, or, just include a very small amount of it.
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