« on: February 02, 2014, 09:44:32 AM »
I wonder what "faster" lens he is using on his Canon instead of the two he has. Also wondering why he bought another
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Some of the recent portraits I've taken with this lens. I've been using this lens for almost just every type of photography and it never failed me. Just one word of advice... SHARP. Sometimes this is just too sharp for its own good for portraits. Some clients don't want their facial imperfections to show. Luckily, it's easy enough to blur it through pp.
I agree with you that Sony today is not a healthy company, I wouldn't invest a cent in Sony Stocks, but I'm just fine buying an a7r, a PS4, a Sony TV.
Well, I think this is comparing apples to oranges. Reasons...
5D MK III is about two years old.
The A7R with it's 36MP sensor is 2x the size anything Canon offers.What it should be compared to is MF or the D800
Just about every other specification makes it geared for the MF/D800 crowd. It has no business doing anything that requires speed. Landscape/fashion-portrait: okay
I think it's an awesome camera and the price rocks! If you have the money to spend, cool. It's a Leica M9 competitor and for what it offers, especially the price, I'd take it!
If you like snowflakes take a look at the flickr page of this guy from Moscow
It’s even more impressive if you see how he gets these results with an old Canon PowerShot A650 and an even older reversed Helios 44M-5 lens.
Thank you, Surapon! I got my 100L macro yesterday, so very interested in the pictures this lens can take