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Old Jan 4, 2013, 9:06 PM   #1
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Default Images from Vancouver (and around) - Part II

This batch of photographs is oriented to architecture (and mood). The first one with the 45mm f1.8 and the rest with the Rokinon 7.5mm f3.5 fisheye:









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Very well done, the Rokinon is now on my desired list.
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The fish-eye lens is great! Nice works!
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Old Jan 5, 2013, 8:25 AM   #4
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Very well done, the Rokinon is now on my desired list.

At ~$300, the Rokinon is close to be the best price/QA/fun lens ever!
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Me too Bob. I have a wide angle wallet and now I have to focus on getting some money in it and perhaps bracket the 100 dollar bills.
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At ~$300, the Rokinon is close to be the best price/QA/fun lens ever!
Totally agree! And you seem to get the most out of it. Nice job!
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Folob you do a Wonderful job of finding unique compositions, the first shot is great, I imagine many people have a pic of that building, but not so many think to take a pic of its warped reflection in the other building, truly cool. I also love the light in the second, it is hard to tell where reflection and reality diverge, well done!
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Have to agree with the others. All are good. Nice eye to compose those shoots.
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