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bio website laurence-nyein.me
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Professional web/mobile application developer (Asp.Net, AngularJS, JQuery, Bootstrap, HTML5, Phonegap)

Freelance Photographer: http://laurence.photography


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comment How do I choose between 24-70 f/4 and 24-105 f/4 Canon lens?
@MichaelClark .. thanks Michael .. seems like I will wait to wait a bit longer and save up for a f2.8 then :) I am using 17-40 and 70-200 for occasional weddings .. yes I do have problem with f4 even though my 5DIII has very good ISO .. especially in main ceremony, where the registrar doesn't like flash.
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comment How do I choose between 24-70 f/4 and 24-105 f/4 Canon lens?
@ChinmayKanchi Thanks very useful that is ...
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comment How do I choose between 24-70 f/4 and 24-105 f/4 Canon lens?
Thanks for your comment @Leandro .. can you teach me how you calculate that 47mm and 64.5 mm out of the lenses?
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comment How to simulate different focal length and sensor size on an image?
@MichaelClark I don't know much technical details as you guys spoke .. my real life scenario is I have a 5DM3 and 200f2.8 lens .. I want to get closer for wildlife so I am thinking to buy either a 400mm f5.6 lens (or 2x teleconverter) or a 7D or both. So I want to simulate it how much closer I can get in PS first. But I basically understand DOF is something to do with bokeh. I can change aperture on my camera to control that DOF thingy. It makes me wonder when you say your above comment though. If I change ppi (pixel per inches?) in a image, why does DOF change?
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comment How to simulate different focal length and sensor size on an image?
Thanks .. I got what I wanted to know ..