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MasterC    10

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Prince Charming    163

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Decided to pull out the kit EF-S 18-55mm lens and the 400D.

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Diffused Mind    0

I was fooling around with the D200 + 50mm f/1.8 for a bit outside on this dreary day.

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Click on it for the big (read: 2560x1600) version. I cropped it to that size from whateverthehelltheD200makesnatively to make it more background-friendly.

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Prince Charming    163

Nice one Diffused Mind. Very seasonal :)

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Diffused Mind    0
Nice one Diffused Mind. Very seasonal :)

Thanks. :D

I went out shooting at f/4 just to see how sharp this lens could get. I'm pretty impressed, best $110 I ever spent.

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Prince Charming    163

Prime at f/4? Bahah. My f/1.8 is sharp at f2.2 and killer by f/2.8. Stop these things down to f/4 and you risk cutting yourself :p

Enjoy that :)

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Diffused Mind    0

I'm going to be buying a 35mm f/2 probably by next week. Hopefully it will combine the sharpness i've gotten from the 50mm with a wide enough view to make it a usable lens on DX. Might motivate me to sell the Tamron 17-50mm.

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Prince Charming    163

Set the Tamron to 35mm and tape the zoom ring. Go out for a day like that, see how it feels :)

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goodcase    5

You'll find characters anywhere you go:

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The both of these were taken in Toronto just outside of the Eaton Center.

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Jordan Green    2

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An A1 art piece I'm currently working on.

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Yusuf M.    1,367

I have a question for everyone here: How do you set your white balance?

I usually use a single sheet of white printing paper as a reference. Generally, the resulting white colour is well balanced. After that I sometimes do a bit of tweaking in photoshop and lightroom.

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crazzy88ss    66

auto, shoot RAW, adjust in Aperture.

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Prince Charming    163

Yeah. Leave AWB on, it gets it right under daylight, and it screws it up under artificial lighting, but I shoot RAW so I just fix it in post.

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spacey    4

neat pic crazy.

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crazzy88ss    66

thanks guys.

There were a few reflections in the TV; I didn't feel like shopping them out lol.

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Diffused Mind    0
I have a question for everyone here: How do you set your white balance?

I usually use a single sheet of white printing paper as a reference. Generally, the resulting white colour is well balanced. After that I sometimes do a bit of tweaking in photoshop and lightroom.

I've been shooting long enough to where I can guess white balance + any adjustment with relative accuracy.

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saxondale.    15
You'll find characters anywhere you go:

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Ha, reminds me of myself in china :p

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crazzy88ss    66

Shot at the 3rd annual LPC Tipoff Classic held at Las Positas College in Livermore, CA.

LPC Hawks beat Gavilan 82-58 to move on to the semi-finals.

Strobist: SB600 and SB800 set to 1/2 power. Fired using pocket wizards. Each flash was about five feet above the hoop, about 10 feet behind it, and about 20 feet apart.

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http://flickr.com/photos/stephenkirsh/3014216207/

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Yusuf M.    1,367
auto, shoot RAW, adjust in Aperture.

That's what I used to do, but now I prefer to do some pre-white balancing. Of course, I do some post-white balancing to achieve an even better result.

Yeah. Leave AWB on, it gets it right under daylight, and it screws it up under artificial lighting, but I shoot RAW so I just fix it in post.

Too true. I find that it works quite well with daylight. However, artificial light (especially incandescent) throws the white balance off so far that it looks downright wrong.

I've been shooting long enough to where I can guess white balance + any adjustment with relative accuracy.

I guess I could say the same. I recently acquired a Canon EOS 40D and it lets me set the white balance. I find it quite useful when I shoot under artificial light. crazzy88ss:b> Great photos! Did the flashes distract any of the players:p:p

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crazzy88ss    66

Thanks! No; we've been using this flash set up for a while.

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Yusuf M.    1,367

You're welcome. Those pictures are tempting me to buy an external flash for my Canon EOS 450D. Must... save... money.

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crazzy88ss    66

You'll want at least 2, and some pocket wizards to fire them. So... prolly at least $500.

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