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Discussion in 'People Photography' started by jowensphoto, Jan 8, 2013.

  1. jowensphoto

    jowensphoto Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I've been trying to master this darn thing (Muse with double-glass optic) and think I'm starting to get it.

    My two favorite muses, enjoying their favorite past time: Football!

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    squirrels No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I really enjoyed first one and the second (look at that sweet munchkin neck :) and Dad's expression). The beer/sippy made me laugh!

    I love some lensbaby looks, but I've got a long way to go in using straightforward lenses.
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    jowensphoto Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I think those are both my favorites as well! I like the vertical one of their backs because I think I really got the effect I was looking for with the lens.
     
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    Ooh... I see what you are saying on number 4!

    I wish you'd gotten little man's eye too in number 3, but I know they are tough to wrangle at that age.
     
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    link of what you actually used?
     
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    Damn it! This is bothering me now.

    ETA: Ok, so I'm pretty certain the first was the Muse. The focal point of the second seems much to crisp to be the muse, but something about it doesn't look like the nifty-50 either. It has to be one of the two! EXIF does me no good, the focal length is the same for both lenses.
     
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