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    New Singh-Ray Blogspot Article (or "oops, I did it again"!)

    Hi Folks,

    For those of you who follow these (and I recommend that you do), World leader in filters Singh-Ray have my latest article pertaining to focal length selection currently taking "pride of place" in their blog ...

    http://singhray.blogspot.com/

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    Re: New Singh-Ray Blogspot Article (or "oops, I did it again"!)

    Excellent article, Colin. Even more so given, as noted in an earlier thread, the 70-200 f4 L IS is on its way!

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    Re: New Singh-Ray Blogspot Article (or "oops, I did it again"!)

    Great way to confront a common misconception.

    This one's by far the best of the bunch:
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    Re: New Singh-Ray Blogspot Article (or "oops, I did it again"!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Donald View Post
    Excellent article, Colin. Even more so given, as noted in an earlier thread, the 70-200 f4 L IS is on its way!
    Thanks Donald - I'm sure you'll love the lens. I've been using my F2.8 version a lot more recently.

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    Re: New Singh-Ray Blogspot Article (or "oops, I did it again"!)

    Quote Originally Posted by McQ View Post
    Great way to confront a common misconception.

    This one's by far the best of the bunch:
    Thanks Sean, although to be honest, "Lone Tree Vista" is my firm favourite at the moment; I've got a 1.6, wide canvas version in the office with me!

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    Re: New Singh-Ray Blogspot Article (or "oops, I did it again"!)

    Yes, Congrats again Colin,

    You have a knack for that kind of thing and there is more useful content in your articles than many of the others I find.

    Well done,

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    Re: New Singh-Ray Blogspot Article (or "oops, I did it again"!)

    Great article, Colin. I see my work is referred to:

    "If I use a truly wide-angle lens -- with a focal length anywhere from 10 to 24mm -- and then simply place the horizon somewhere around the middle of the frame and take the shot, with nothing in particular in the foreground, I nearly always end up with a pretty boring shot."


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    Re: New Singh-Ray Blogspot Article (or "oops, I did it again"!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Alis View Post
    Great article, Colin. I see my work is referred to:

    "If I use a truly wide-angle lens -- with a focal length anywhere from 10 to 24mm -- and then simply place the horizon somewhere around the middle of the frame and take the shot, with nothing in particular in the foreground, I nearly always end up with a pretty boring shot."

    Oh - sorry - I thought you got that "technique" from me!

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