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    The Photography Thread

    I wasn't sure if it would be appropriate to spam the picture of the day thread with like 20 pictures, and I need a place to spam like 20 pictures on a semi-regular basis, so how does a photography thread sound?

    My buddy bailed on me today so I walked over to the park and took some pictures. I think all but one of these were shot in aperture priority, and manual focus. The bits of garbage were more interesting than I would have guessed.



























    That was the best one I could get of my neighbour's dog, Polly. Apparently she didn't like the camera, she kept barking and walking away from me.

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    Here are a few more from the last week or so. First off, my buddy and a hot dog.









    This one was weird, but I thought it came out pretty cool. I was trying to get a shot of the tower against the sky, but they were all really over-exposed and pretty much all white. It was just after noon. So I tried dropping the ISO to 100, running the aperture low (I think around 20) and doing a fast shutter speed. I don't think I did any post-processing to this.


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    howdy

    quite a few of your shots seem over-exposed in areas, is that intentional?

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    No, I just don't know what I'm doing.

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    I still haven't really gotten out to take pictures in Windsor. The group of young guys living a couple doors down are turning out to be really shady, so I'm playing it safe for the time being.

    I took a picture of my turntable with the kit lens a while back. I'm not sure if I should force myself to use it more, or just go with what I'm enjoying (the aperture of the 50mm 1.8 specifically). I find the range really useful, and think I might try and pick up the 35mm 2.0 for easier shots indoors and in tighter spots.


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    I picked up the Canon 40mm f/2.8 today to replace my 50/1.8. I've only messed around with it inside a bit, but it's a sweet little lens. It was on sale, and I figured I'd get it so I can upgrade to the 50/1.4 down the road and have some variety with this lens. The focal length is awesome, I can't wait to get out and wander around with it.




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    This one?



    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Canon-40mm-2.../dp/B0089SWZDU

    Interesting little lens. That's the equivalent of 60mm on your camera, isn't it? Not sure I'd dig it for outdoor stuff. I'd dig it for what you've done there; portraits. The second one's good, man. The lighting's better and you filled the frame/composed it better (there's less 'clutter').

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