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Old Nov 2, 2014, 1:00 PM   #1
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Default EEB in a cloudy day.

I am using everyday my 12mm f2 to learn and adapt to this focal length and aperture but with the bad weather in NYC there is not too much to shoot this days.

This one of the Empire State Building in my lunch time.



The entire 34th St is decorated with pumpkins and other ornaments this days.



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Old Nov 2, 2014, 1:13 PM   #2
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I like the pumpkin framing!

When I was a young boy, my grandfather told me about working across the street from where the Empire State building was being built. It is somehow reassuring to see it still there, as impressive as ever.
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I like the pumpkin framing!

When I was a young boy, my grandfather told me about working across the street from where the Empire State building was being built. It is somehow reassuring to see it still there, as impressive as ever.
Thank you MacBook,

The EEB is a beautiful building and of course an icon of this city.

There are so many stories and events around this structure of course movies and songs about it, this is for me after the pyramids at Giza the most famous building in the world.
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Nice shots, Marcelo. I like them both.
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Really nice. I'd love to see you take some comparison shots with the 12mm and the 12-50 sometime if you are ever carrying both.
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That is some hellacious perspective on the first one. Love it.
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Very nice shots Mareclo
looks like you really have the hang of the 12mm f 2.0
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Nice shots, Marcelo. I like them both.
Thank you Steven

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Really nice. I'd love to see you take some comparison shots with the 12mm and the 12-50 sometime if you are ever carrying both.
Drew,

I will do a comparison test this weekend and I will share it here.

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That is some hellacious perspective on the first one. Love it.
Thank you Alan.

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Very nice shots Mareclo
looks like you really have the hang of the 12mm f 2.0
Thank you Fred, I like the lens and I feel very comfortable with it. I need to put this lens to a low light test and I am planning to go to a concert to do it, I'll post the pictures.
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