Prime Lens - Focal Length Equal Human Eye 1/2
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Show me your very best picture using a prime length equivalent to human eye (43 mm AFAIK). A normal prime lens was usually 40-55mm on "full frame" SLRs - in practice, it was most commonly 50mm supplied as a "kit" lens On medium format film cameras (6x6 and 6x4.5 cm) normal lenses were usually 75 or 80mm On APS-C cameras say 28mm to 35mm. On m4/3 say 17-27mm (17 may be a bit low but there are nice lenses out there) Aperture (F stop) and DOF (depth of field) shouldn't matter, but I expect some beautiful examples of (very) narrow depth of field. Please do confine to available light (no flash) and leave any macro shots in the drawer.
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Monday, 25th March, 2013 (GMT)
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Had some vacation time to spend with my son up at Mt. Hood in the Cascade Mountains. Brought my new Mark III with me and started firing away. This was the only shot where he was looking directly at the camera...as a 3 year old there are so many other interesting things than your dad begging you to look at him. I brightened it up just a tad in Lightroom and did some minor cropping.
|Submitted:||Tuesday, 2nd April, 2013 05:09 (GMT)|
|Taken:||Tuesday, 26th March, 2013|
|Focal length:||50 mm|
|Shutter speed:||1/4000 sec|
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