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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    1/160th @ F/16 iso 200.

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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    I just got an old minolta 50mm f1.7 in the mail last night. I didnt have much time to fiddle with it...but tried to get a few shots of the baby in the tub. This one turned out pretty cute...although I wish the tub was a different color ;)


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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread


    50mm ~ f/1.8 ~ 1/50" ~ ISO-1600
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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    Another shot of Trixie the cat
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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    That's a gorgeous shot of Trixie the cat ;) It was nice out today so I took the lil one outside to play. I got a practice with the new lens a bit too. Got a few shots that I was happy with. I like the way the light is dancing on her head....and her silly expression.


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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    Amberg,
    looks like you're getting the hang of it! Focus is very nice in this shot, and what a great expression :thumbsup:

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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    First snow ...
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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    Awwwwwwwwwwww !














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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    Ultimate cuteness. Don't think I've ever seen a dog with two blue eyes. - TF
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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    Beautiful blue eyes!
    How about some beautiful Brown eyes

    I'm still in love with my 50mm!!!



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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Alison
    Beautiful blue eyes!
    How about some beautiful Brown eyes

    I'm still in love with my 50mm!!!
    aw...what a lil cutie, lil miss goldie locks
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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    thank you Hollis

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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    WOW!! I love that shot of the puppy! Alison, your little girl is beautiful. You have the most amazing photos of your children!

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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    Thanks for the blue eye / puppy comments - never had a blue-eyed baby before
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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    Can't beat the price-to-image quality ratio of the 50mm f/1.8...

    ...but, the manual focus ring is the worst in the industry


    Still, it's workable. In a changing-tires-with-heavy-winter-mittens kind of way


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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    I have to agree with everyone, you just have to love those eyes. Nice pic Loupey!
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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Loupey
    Can't beat the price-to-image quality ratio of the 50mm f/1.8...

    ...but, the manual focus ring is the worst in the industry


    Still, it's workable. In a changing-tires-with-heavy-winter-mittens kind of way


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    Whoops, it would help if I attached the photo. How long have I been doing this?
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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Loupey
    Whoops, it would help if I attached the photo. How long have I been doing this?
    Looks like lots of fun, but also kind of scary from parents point of view.
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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    Oh wow! That looks like ALOT of fun!!! I want to have a go!!!

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    Speed's Hat Trick

    Or it could be called, Speed, a triple threat.

    No, I don't play hockey, and no, I don't sing, dance and act.

    But I did take some photos that meet the criteria for three different threads.

    These are self portraits.

    These are window light portraits.

    And, these were taken with my 50mm.

    D300, 50mm f1.4, ISO 200, f 5.6. Taken in my office, by a east facing window in the afternoon, handheld at arms length.

    Now if you'll excuse me, I have to post this in other threads. ;-)
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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    AWESOME shot Loupey!
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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    I wanted to bring back the 50mm thread so I went to the Chicago Auto Show with the lens and here are some pictures.

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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    Here is one of my favorite gal. It could have gone to the window light or the 50mm thread I put it here.
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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    Your wife sure is beautiful! Nice picture
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    Re: Another 50mm f1.8 Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by melissa5704
    Your wife sure is beautiful! Nice picture
    Thanks Melissa, she has been my favorite subject for going on 37 years now. However the four grandsons do get their share of photographic attention these days.
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