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What Is Fast Glass?

One of my fast lens the Tamron SP 28-75mm F/2.8 Not to be too technical here, fast glass also known as fast lens are lenses that have a larger maximum aperture or lower f-stops, like F/2.8, F/1.8 and F/1.4. It does not refer to the auto focus system of the lens, so even if the lens […]

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Wrist Watch Close-Up:Photo of The Day for 02-04-11 Day 35

This is the back of my Swiss Army Watch. Shot with a Canon Rebel XS, and EF 85mm 1.8 This is the back of the same wrist watch I photograph yesterday, I’ve had this watch for a very long time and it’s my favorite one, but I really don’t notice those scratches in the back […]

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Wrist Watch Close-Up:Photo of The Day for 02-03-11 Day 34

Swiss Army Watch. Shot with a Canon Rebel XS, and EF 85mm 1.8 It’s past 5 pm and I still haven’t taken a photo for today. I quickly look around my desk and notice my old wrist watch, yeah, that’s it. I use my Rebel xs, EF 85mm F/1.8 with the pro optic auto extension […]

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Depth of Field. Day 33.

Spice rack. Aperture set at F/1.8 @ 50mm Photo of the day for Feb. 2, 2011, Day 32. Continuing on Depth of field for this weeks theme. I was actually thinking of what to make for dinner when I noticed the spice rack. Since I still don’t have a photograph for today, I decided to […]

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Depth of Field. Day 32

Photo of the Day for Feb. 1, 2011.

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Depth of Field Week: Day 31

My Specialized Allez Shot at f/F/1.8 using a EF 85mm F/1.8 attached with a Canon EOS 20d

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Depth of Field. Day 30

Playing around with DOF This week, I decided, I will go back to basics and play around Depth of Field a little bit. Now what is this Depth of Field(DOF). It is the amount of distance between the nearest and farthest objects that appear in acceptably sharp focus in a photograph. It is affected by […]

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Tendril. Day 4

A Tendril. My photo for Jan 4, 2011. I took this picture today when I went out to run. I’m always fascinated with tendrils, they can climb they can attached themselves to trees, and as little as they are they can support themselves by forming a strong anchor point. Taken with my Canon Rebel XS […]

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