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    I've also got a Sigma for the wide end. A 15-30/3.5. I use it primarily for real estate photography for a Realtor friend of mine.

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    I'm looking at a 10-20.


    ...... anyway Josh those Photos please :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 246968
    Very nice Josh and I'm sure you will have a lot of fun with it, as you say it certainly looks the business! What spec is the lens? An see the 70 but not what it winds up to?

    Heard some good stuff about tamron and I currently have an eBay bid on a sigma lens so I'm not a complete l glass snob now ;)

    Please please please post some shots when the sun comes out
    It's 70-300 f4/5.6 bit sluggish but should be just perfect in the Florida sunshine

    I didn't make it out to take any shots in the end, I did attempt some of the bird table but there was nothing around so ended up just snapping a shot of an empty table
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    Quote Originally Posted by josh.p., post: 247003
    I didn't make it out to take any shots in the end, I did attempt some of the bird table but there was nothing around so ended up just snapping a shot of an empty table
    I was shooting with a good friend (whom I also consider my photography mentor). I told him, "Matt, I keep seeing you take pictures but with this light, there's nothing to shoot." He looked at me with this puzzled expression then proceeded to show me what he'd been shooting via his LCD.

    I learned a valuable lesson that day. There's always something to shoot. You have to get comfortable with getting our of your comfort zone. You have to start seeing things differently.

    That day, I got some incredible photos of tree bark, leaves with dew and some rock formations. Might sound boring, but it really opened my eyes to start seeing details.

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