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Old Oct 23, 2011, 9:51 PM   #11
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G'day TK

Great set of images - like the good colour balance & sharpness
Also like the facial expression in #2 ... beaut

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Have to agree with that. I would not have thought you would get such good color balance under mixed light with no flash. Very well done!!
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Old Oct 24, 2011, 2:46 PM   #12
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Those are very nice pictures, great colors and very sharp.

What lens did you use?
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Old Oct 24, 2011, 4:56 PM   #13
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For the shots in our Temple I mostly use the 35-100 for the Lama on the throne, and the 14-35 for the audience. The f/2 is important and there's usually enough DOF for what I'm trying to capture. (BTW, I've never had a problem with the 14-35 achieving focus.)

For any particular shot of the ones I posted you can see the FL in the Exif to determine which of the two was used.

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Hey Ted

The colours look just spot on and I enjoyed looking at the pics, esp with the monk on the Harley.

As you've mentioned SHG glass in the thread .. I thought I'd throw in a new shot to add to the thread.. taken with the E3 and the 35-100F2:



Now its not the finished pic as I'm not sure whether the skin tones are correct - looked a wee bit too red to me on a couple of 21" mac LCd's at work but what still gets me is the level of detail that's in the files when you use the SHG even after what 3 years of owning the beastie.
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