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Great Furachan 2007-10-26 5:04

First of all, excellent, Will. I notice two things of late: you're going dep into BW why not?) and exporing the confines of the vertical format (and doing a damn good job with it). It feels like a bit of a Jinju phase but with your own distinctive stamp on it.
Nice work, man. Classy - those looooong shadows are ace.
Best,
Francis

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Old 10-26-2007, 12:40 PM
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Default To Furachan: vertical

Well the two vertical ones from Burma were from January, but i recently dabbled around with BW and liked the effect. Also I've been playing around with the 12-24mm recently and getting to grips with it. Gonna get me the 50mm f1.2 tomorrow and maybe the Sigma 150mm macro and have some fun. I've had a low patch lately but things are beginning to improve.

Mind you, what i want is something like the Canon 100mm f2. Nikon have one, buts its a bit bulky, dammit!
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Old 10-27-2007, 10:08 AM
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Oh heck I might sell you mine (100 f2) if we find a price that suits you. I'm thinking of going back to the slightly shorter 85mm f1.8. Both terrific lenses. let me know if you're interested....
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Old 10-27-2007, 10:12 AM
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Strike what I said about the 100 F2, Will. I mmentarilt blanked out and imagined you were a Canon guy. Silly me...
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