« on: July 17, 2013, 09:36:12 AM »
Rodney Smith (rodneysmith.com) is one of my personal favorites. I love his style. Compelling, simple compositions.
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+1 as well! I dig the creative direction.I think it would help the image if the background was less distracting. I like the pose and what you were going for though.+1
Hey what's the green cube on the top of the camera? And what do you use for the what I assume is a neutral density filter, I've been dyin tryin to figure out the best approach for ND filters! Btw cool photo!
thanks very much for your advices .
so i must go FF , with tse -17 and 24 .... . sorry but one more question : do you think having 16-35 mk2 or24-70 is at all nessecery along my 2 tse lenses , or a waste of money ? and one more thing .... my power shot is veryweak on iso performance ( max 400) so most of the time i need a stable surface as a tripod ( because i dont have one ) specially for interiors . so after all this ... do you recommed 5d2( my iso problem) ?
i am looking forward to your precious replies ....
Does the geared head help align panoramas?
If high ISO image quality, autofocus, frame rate, or bokeh don't matter to you, go ahead and switch. Personally I don't see it as an either-or decision. If photography is a huge part of your life as you claim, I question how you could even consider getting rid of the TS-E 24 II under any circumstances? Sell your 24-105 and 40 2.8, pick up a 50 1.8 and put the rest toward your mirrorless kit.
PS - Wait till after photokina to buy anything.
Have you looked through the viewfinder?
Uff, I hated the tiny viewfinder of the Oly.
Aside from the lack of proper curve for the lettering around the USM IS part,
there is also a large amount of apparently cloned pixels.