Abstract architecture

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  1. skiboarder72

    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Freezing out this morning... this shot came out pretty good though

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    You're right...it did come out good :thumbup: The angle is great and I like how even the blue remained even through the glass!
     
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    Very nice. One comment--I'd crop off the bottom to just above the tree branch. In smooth abstract photos like this, I always like it to be as clean as possible, and that would help. Nice photo
     
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    Great lines, great colour, very impressed. :mrgreen:
     
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    yea good point, is that the 75-300G lens you have? if it is how do you like it, i want one for christmas :mrgreen:
     
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    The three lenses that I considered were the 70-300G ($140 on B&H), the 70-300 ED ($260 on B&H), and the 75-300 AF ($240-270 on eBay), and that's the one I have. It's an older lens, but there's a reason the oldest is also the most expensive. It's the sharpest, and unless you really care about internal focusing and a twist style zoom, I'd recommend this over the others.
     
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    i've seen it. weighty, but worth it!
     

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