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    Default Some for CC shot with my new lens!! UPDATED: 2 EDITED PICS

    I got to try out my new lens this weekend when I took some pictures for a good friend of mine. These are SOOC so let me know what you think and how I need to edit them.

    1. f 3.2 1/200sec ISO-100 50mm
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    2. f 3.2 1/200sec ISO-100 50mm
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    3. f1.8 1/2500 sec ISO-200 50mm
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    4. f1.8 1/4000 sec ISO -400 50mm
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    5. f1.8 1/2500sec ISO-200 50mm
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    6. f2.5 1/1250sec ISO-200 50mm
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    7. f/4 1/640sec ISO-400 50mm
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    8. f/4 1/1000sec ISO-400 50mm
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    Wow, are these sharpened for the web at all? They look great! I mean obviously you're going to have to fix the exposure a bit, mainly #3 and #5 (that one might be a bit oof?) but otherwise these are going to be great to work with!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kris10gal View Post
    Wow, are these sharpened for the web at all? They look great! I mean obviously you're going to have to fix the exposure a bit, mainly #3 and #5 (that one might be a bit oof?) but otherwise these are going to be great to work with!
    I haven't sharpened them or did anything to them yet. They are SOOC
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    These are great for SOOC, imo. It would be a bit easier to give CC if they were numbered, since there are quite a few. I think the bit of tree branch in the top left of number one is a tad distracting, but still a very nice shot. Other than that my only CC would be that some are a little underexposed. They could be easily brightened up in ACR. Good job on these

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    what lens did you get? 50mm?

    these look pretty good ... you do have some editing with the underexposed ones, but hopefully you shot in RAW so that would be easy.

    I agree with Lauren, do edit out that distracting branch on the first one, it's the first thing I noticed.

    LOVE the bokeh on the 5th one! And my favorite is definitely the 2nd.
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    Very nice for SOOC. I agree that some need exposure tweaking, but good job! I'm guessing it's a nifty 50? What do you think? I love mine!
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    These are so good. The only thing I would change is some of them are a bit dark- as in 3 & 5. 5 is great bokeh, so I can't wait to see what can be done to this shot. They are all a bit centered too. I don't mind center pics, but remember the ROT.
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    I used my Canon Normal EF 50mm f/1.8 II Autofocus Len I love this lens!! I can already tell a difference in my photos between it and my stock lens that came with it.

    I will work on the exposure and repost.
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    those are great for sooc
    main cc I have it since you're outdoors and your ss is so high I would lower your iso to 100. Not that I see any noise so it doesn't appear to be a problem just an "just incase" comment.
    #8 I'd probably have done a portrait to get the whole arch in. it also looks a bit tilted to me.
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    I think you did a very nice job. The bokeh in 3 and 5 is great. I also agree with the previous poster about the arch in 8.
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