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  mdchachi 2004-04-08 8:56

That is a nice looking landscape design and the well-formed and well-balanced trees make for a nice shot indeed. Good job getting such clarity with a 4 sec exposure.

The advantage to using the 35mm outfit you sold in this situation is that an f2.8 shot would have nicely blurred the background due to shallower DOF. In this case since the background is dark and unobtrusive it still looks quite good. But closer to dusk with more light I think the picture would look somewhat 2D and flat because of this.

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Old 12-11-2006, 06:47 AM
gardenwife gardenwife is offline
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Default To mdchachi: 35mm vs. digital

I never saw your comment until now! :( Thank you so much, if you're still around. LOL

Your comparison between 35mm and digital makes perfect sense. I would eventually love a DSLR.
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Old 12-11-2006, 07:11 AM
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Default Re: To mdchachi: 35mm vs. digital

Yep still here. You need to stop by more often. ;-)

I got a DSLR this year and I love it.
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