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Thread: test shots with new lens

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    So far I am very pleased with my lens. It's a prime lens.

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    Exellent start ducky! Now tell me about the tiger















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    Very nice. Was that shot at 1.8?

    Nice effects and I agree cuuuute tiger

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    Very nice depth of field
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    Tiger is Arthur's favorite toy. Just the right size for him. :D

    All done with this lens: AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G from Nikon

    Thanks guys!

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    Now get outside in some natural light















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    I hope so tomorrow. It's been raining all day.

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    nice pix ducky
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    Looks like it has a load of potential. If it was me. And I completely think this is a subjective thing I would drop it down a couple of stops to f 3-4 ish. From my own very limited experience so far the sweet spot of my lenses seems to be a couple of stops under widest aperture.

    however as i am new to this that might be terrible advice so I would wait for someone with more knowledge to post.

    I have only ever shot at 1.8 and that was in real twilight takingbthe badger pics when I couldn't use a flash

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    That's the main mistake I made Chris when I started using my prime. If you google your lens and sweet spot you should come up with the magic aperture Billy















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