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    Re: 50mm Walk About

    I actually broke out my 50mm f/1.8 this past weekend.. Here's my favorite shot from that day..

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    Re: 50mm Walk About

    Quote Originally Posted by Kokopeli
    I actually broke out my 50mm f/1.8 this past weekend.. Here's my favorite shot from that day..

    This is gorgeous Brain. I love the wonderful cottony effect of the water and great colors. One thing is for sure the 50mm is a very versatile lens.
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    Re: 50mm Walk About

    That's a beautiful shot Brian,(or is it brain?) Well, I'm sure you have a brain to have been able to get this shot.
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    Re: 50mm Walk About

    It's Brian and thanks for the compliment on my shot.
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    Re: 50mm Walk About

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    That's a beautiful shot Brian,(or is it brain?)

    Yeah I do that to my son-in-law all the time too. Typos are my life.
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    Re: 50mm Walk About

    Ok, I must admit.. Back in 4th grade I used to write it as "Brain" just to annoy my teacher..

    Mrs. Harvey, I still think you suck! LOL
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    Re: 50mm Walk About

    A few more 50mm additions...

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    Great additions to this thread Brad. These were my favorites from your previous thread.
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    Re: 50mm Walk About

    Quote Originally Posted by Kokopeli
    I actually broke out my 50mm f/1.8 this past weekend.. Here's my favorite shot from that day..


    what settings did you use for the water picture brian?
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    Re: 50mm Walk About

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Timer
    It's been a little while since we did a 50mm thread. This past Saturday morning I snapped the 50mm f1.8 on the D2h and took a little walk about around town. Here are a few of the images I recorded. I have become so use to the zooms and standing in one spot and adjusting with the zoom that I found it refreshing to have to move up and back the way I did for years to frame my images. Feel free to post some of your resent 50mm shots here.
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    Hi, Larry and Welcome!
    More people will see this and greet you if you start a new thread in the viewfinder forum.
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    Re: 50mm Walk About

    Ok, Here is my addition...




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    I like that second one best, Javier.
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    Re: 50mm Walk About

    Thanks Frog...Between the two white flowers, which one should I delete?
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    That's a personal taste decision. If they were mine I'd delete the first and keep the second. I think the exposure is a bit better in that one.
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    Re: 50mm Walk About

    Here's a couple of mine. First is an old shot from Philmont boy scout camp, 1989, shot with a Pentax Spotmatic and scanned from the film, which I recently found in my parents' basement. Second is one I shot around Christmas 2007.




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    Quote Originally Posted by slowride
    Here's a couple of mine. First is an old shot from Philmont boy scout camp, 1989, shot with a Pentax Spotmatic and scanned from the film, which I recently found in my parents' basement. Second is one I shot around Christmas 2007.

    Both worthy contribution to this thread. Nice to have you posting hope you show us more of your work. I think it's high time that pull the 50 back out and take another walk, I'm falling behind.
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    Re: 50mm Walk About

    I'm going to go for a walk soon, I just bought my 50mm about a month ago for this very topic.
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    My First addition to this wonderful thread.
    Last edited by retroactiv; 04-14-2008 at 10:24 AM.
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    Wow, Chris...that's one beautiful red x.
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    Re: 50mm Walk About

    Thanks, I figured that out before I saw this. Hit refresh....
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    Ah...there it is.....sign of a good photographer...making the unattractive interesting..nice lines..photographically speaking
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    Re: 50mm Walk About

    yay i can finally join the club! i'm going to go walk around soon after my midterms are over and when the sun is shining!!!!
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    Re: 50mm Walk About

    I hope this counts. Shot with Pentax K1000 and F/2.O 50mm

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    Azaleas signal that Spring is well and truly here... and the last, a rose for good measure.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 50mm Walk About-img_4294.jpg   50mm Walk About-img_4318.jpg   50mm Walk About-img_4320.jpg   50mm Walk About-img_4334.jpg  
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