The World Through One (Crappy) Lens-#2, MrRamonG

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  1. MrRamonG

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    Today was the end of my week with the Crappy Lens. This week i worked 70+ hours at the office, so i am terribly disappointed with the lack of time I had to spend with the lens. Oh well, C'este la vie.

    In any case, below are the pics I took, unprocessed (no time yet). I had a blast experimenting with the lens. I highly recommend this project to all. I haven't decided which of the pics I will be posting on the WTOCL thread or Fikr account.

    1. Liquor stock
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    2. After party left overs
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    3. Headless cat
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    4. Over exposed Bacci ball
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    5. Wife clowning on swing
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    6. Friend's Neighbor's car
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    7. Four Carb engine
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    8. Filling up in the California fog
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    Wow, you did very well with this bad boy!

    Headless cat made me laugh out loud :lol:
     
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    Awesome job considering the time uhad. Can't wait for my turn!
     
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    Thanks guys. Yeah, I wish I had another week with the lens, to spend some quality time. As it was I only got a handful of opportunities to shoot with it. However, like i said, it was a pretty cool experience and it reminded me of how dependent I've grown on my current "smart" lenses, especially in regards to auto focus.
     

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