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Old Sep 15, 2008, 4:15 PM   #1
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I decided to try out my new Fuji S100fs i think It's a great bridge camera, the high ISO isn't like my 450D but i think it was worth the 550.00 Euro i paid for it, this is my daughter Katerina with my wifes brothers newborn, ISO 400 F/3.2 1/9th of a second.
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Old Sep 17, 2008, 5:12 AM   #2
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With her pretty cousine on her lap your daughter looks really photogenic in thisframe you captured, arkadaş WBlooksa bit off to me though, which is a breeze to fix ; ) Well, if I had the 450D, I'dinvest on a prime lens for such captures ratherthan spending the Euros for a bridge camera (As far as I remember you've already sold it, haven't you?):-)




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Old Sep 17, 2008, 5:32 AM   #3
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With her pretty cousine on her lap your daughter looks really photogenic in thisframe you captured, arkadaş WBlooksa bit off to me though, which is a breeze to fix ; ) Well, if I had the 450D, I'dinvest on a prime lens for such captures ratherthan spending the Euros for a bridge camera (As far as I remember you've already sold it, haven't you?):-)



Thanks for your nice words my friend, the 450D with the 50 1.8 prime lens i have would've did a much better job lets face it, as for the fuji it is sold but he won't have the money till the end of the month, also i am thinking of buying the Sigma AF 30mm f/1.4 EX HSM DC that is supposed to be really good
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Hi Herc

Great photo of two attractive lovely young ladies. I think young baby relatives can bring out the maternal instincts in any young woman!

It's obvious your daughter is holding your niece with great care and affection. I agree with Bahadir, the colour is a bit off, but that shouldn't be too hard to fix.

I like the 50mm f1.8 on my Canon 350D, but focus is rather hit and miss, so I often taken several shots to ensure one is sharp enough.

Your daughter is one of those people who (to me) could be difficult to judge her age correctly. I could think between 15 and 20, but I'll say 16 because of the pink teddy which I guess is hers? ["Sweet 16|]. (sorry if I'm wrong - no offence meant).

The baby's eyes are SO dark! Very cute! Do you think the baby moved when you took the photo? It looks like the baby is a bit blurry, but your daughter clearer.

Thanks for sharing.

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Great photo of two attractive lovely young ladies. I think young baby relatives can bring out the maternal instincts in any young woman!

It's obvious your daughter is holding your niece with great care and affection. I agree with Bahadir, the colour is a bit off, but that shouldn't be too hard to fix.

I like the 50mm f1.8 on my Canon 350D, but focus is rather hit and miss, so I often taken several shots to ensure one is sharp enough.

Your daughter is one of those people who (to me) could be difficult to judge her age correctly. I could think between 15 and 20, but I'll say 16 because of the pink teddy which I guess is hers? ["Sweet 16|]. (sorry if I'm wrong - no offence meant).

The baby's eyes are SO dark! Very cute! Do you think the baby moved when you took the photo? It looks like the baby is a bit blurry, but your daughter clearer.

Thanks for sharing.

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Thank you Paul you are right my daughter is 16yrs old (my oldest), the picture was taken with my Fuji S100fs that i sold recently and as right now i just bought a Sigma 30 1.4 prime that is really nice and sold my ef-s 17-85 and bought a Tamron 17-50 2.8 that is very good, now i also am waiting for the Tamron 18-270 VC that will be released here in about 2 weeks for an all in one lens now the baby was just all over the place with her arms couldn't get her to stand still.
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Thanks for your reply post, Hercules. Wow, I guessed your daughter's age correctly!!

I think now that I have had a DSLR for about 3 years, I find it less satisfying using a P&S, though surely at times they are more convenient (size, portability).

The Tamron 18-270mm VR lens is an ambitious super zoom, I would be keen to hear your experiences with it - also the Sigma 30mm f1.4 Hope you'll post some more photos soon. The Sigma could help "freeze" the busy baby! :!:

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aww lovely pic


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