Monthly Archives: May 2010

POTD 16/5 2010

An old one, but a good one. This was the one that really opened my eyes to how much better my macro lens is. No more POTD for at least a week, as we’re going off to Samsø. I hope … Continue reading

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Focal length statistics

A nice little plug-in called data plot from Jeffrey Friedl confirmed what I suspected: My primes have a much larger percentage of keepers than my zooms.

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POTD 12/5 2010

Another from my tulip shot yesterday. There’s just something about my 60mm lens – it creates a far larger proportion of keepers than my other lenses. Again done “in situ” with onboard flash bounced off a small foldable bounce.

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POTD 11/5 2010

After a long absence, mostly due to me not shooting anything that I could put here (for reasons of quality and permissions), POTD is back with a sample from todays tulip shoot: This is the result of the contorted setup … Continue reading

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I heart my tripod (mostly)

As previously posted, I got a new tripod (Induro AX-214) to replace the too-long Manfrotto. While I haven’t been able to go out and use it as much as one would hope for (having a sick wife meant having to … Continue reading

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