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The big kitty by David.K.M, on Flickr
For me English is a fourth language
Wow, I'd have never guessed that ! Your written English is better than mine, and I'm as English as a Red London Bus, or Fox Hunting, depending upon how politically correct I choose to be
Back and forth like gay marriage.
Those who like the honda,...24-105 please continue to like it.
Those that like good lenses,....also job well done.
To the dude advocating flare,....Sorry man,...you do not need flare to feel artistic.
In fact,....please try to be artistic without flare.
Exaggerated flare went out of style for at least 2 years now.
Same as making black and white photographs with one element of color in it.
Except for the people in Krakozhia,... everyone knows that by now.
"But did you know the pyramids were actually a mistake?" or,..." Did you know that some owls are not that smart?"
Good luck to all.
I don't see any meaningful differences, if your point is to show that a zoom like the 24-105 performs as well as anything else in normal shooting conditions then you have done so and that's a good point for everyone to keep in mind.
The British English usage is the ending "ice" for the noun and "ise" for the verb. E.g., I would advise you that the advice is to practise the practice of grammar. Americans use "ise" in all cases.
Sorry to disagree, but I am an American, and I was taught the correct usage of each in school.
Two very different birds both photographed early this AM and both on the same tree at the same time. The eagle watched with curiosity as the magpie hopped from branch to branch. Shot in available light, on monopod, 1DX and 600II.