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    Re: Post your Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Lens shots



    Quote Originally Posted by BogdanD


    [url="http://www.flickr.com/photos/48939759@N07/4907065533/][/url]


    1/200s at f/1.8, ISO 11, Canon Xsi





    Here's mine, from when I was still using manual focus with this lens (what a stupid idea!)
    Pure luck that I got his eyes in focus.....
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    Pretty amazing at f1.8. Reviews indicate that the lens is not that sharp. ISO 11?
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    <p class="MsoNormal"]Was going to throw this one out due to the exposure, but
    while trying to minimize the preset menu in Lightroom, accidentally clicked the
    &ldquo;Black and White &ndash;Creamtone&rdquo; filter......



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    ....And decided to keep it. Shot it between a chain link fence


    1/640sec at f/22
    EF50mm f/1.8II
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    Thanks everyone! It

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    Re: Post your Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Lens shots



    Quote Originally Posted by BogdanD






    1/200s at f/1.8, <span style="font-size: xx-large;"]ISO 11, Canon Xsi





    Here's mine, from when I was still using manual focus with this lens (what a stupid idea!)
    Pure luck that I got his eyes in focus.....
    <div style="clear: both;"]</div>


    At what ISO did you shoot?


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    Re: Post your Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Lens shots



    Quote Originally Posted by clemmb
    At what ISO did you shoot?

    He used ISO 100. The picture is a Flickr link. On Flickr you can click on camera part on the information on the right where it says "This photo was taken onAugust 7, 2010using aCanon EOS Digital Rebel XSi."and you'll get the full EXIF. Or click "Actions" then "View EXIF data".
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    Re: Post your Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Lens shots



    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEccleston


    Quote Originally Posted by clemmb
    At what ISO did you shoot?

    He used ISO 100. The picture is a Flickr link. On Flickr you can click on camera part on the information on the right where it says "This photo was taken on[url="http://www.flickr.com/photos/48939759@N07/archives/date-taken/2010/08/07/]August 7, 2010[/url]using a[url="http://www.flickr.com/photos/48939759@N07/4907065533/meta/]Canon EOS Digital Rebel XSi[/url]."and you'll get the full EXIF. Or click "Actions" then "View EXIF data".
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    Thanks. I am not familiar with Flicker. I clicked on the photo and went there. From my Firefox i can often right click and get the EXIF. When this does not work I assume the user stripped it.


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    Sorry! I didn

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    Re: Post your Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Lens shots



    Quote Originally Posted by BogdanD


    Sorry! I didn't realize I did that!
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    It happens. I have fat fingers too


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    Re: Post your Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Lens shots



    Quote Originally Posted by clemmb
    Thanks. I am not familiar with Flicker

    That why I pointed it out. Not everyone is going to realize the info is there. Flickr used to have a button called "Show more information" to get to the EXIF data. It was hidden near the bottom of the right hand size, in a small point size. In their recent redesign, it's moved to a very unclear spot. I mean, why would text indicating a camera model be a link to full EXIF? Maybe after the camera model it could say DETAILS, or EXIF, or MORE, but it doesn't. I don't find any of Yahoo!'s properties have nice interfaces.


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    Re: Post your Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Lens shots




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    Great shot, BogdanD. The expression is priceless.


    Quote Originally Posted by clemmb
    Pretty amazing at f1.8. Reviews indicate that the lens is not that sharp.

    This is a 0.7 MP image corresponding to a 3 inch print -- wallet size -- so I don't think it really says anything about lens sharpness except "this lens is sharp enough to post images on the web or make wallet-size prints."I don't mean to pick on you clemmb, but I also don't want any other readers to get the wrong idea about this lens.



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