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Thread: Bedding under the pines

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    Bedding under the pines

    This group of pine trees offered some protection from the snow.

    This one is with my new lens, 85 f/1.8. Looking to start doing a few shots with a wider view. Its harder than i thought, because you have to find really nice backgrounds.

    A very nice lens, and not very expensive either. Highly recommend it to anyone interested in an 85 prime.


    Bedding under the pines

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    Re: Bedding under the pines

    Everything looks good to me, Steve.

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    Re: Bedding under the pines

    Very cool!! That is what I think makes photography so fun catching moments like that!!

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    Re: Bedding under the pines

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff F View Post
    Everything looks good to me, Steve.

    Thank you geoff




    Very cool!! That is what I think makes photography so fun catching moments like that!!

    Thank you kathy

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    Re: Bedding under the pines

    Steve, I have that lens on my Canon 40D. I'd say I use it 90% of the time for just about everything. I put the 50mm on for inside portrait shots and occassionally use the old zoom outdoors. The 85mm is pretty versatile and very sharp.

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    Re: Bedding under the pines

    Quote Originally Posted by Maritimer1 View Post
    Steve, I have that lens on my Canon 40D. I'd say I use it 90% of the time for just about everything. I put the 50mm on for inside portrait shots and occassionally use the old zoom outdoors. The 85mm is pretty versatile and very sharp.
    Yes it is myra, and exactly what i was looking for, for some wide angle wildlife shots. My next and last lens, will be the 135L, and i will be set.

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