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accepted Is a macro lens suitable for distant subjects - wildlife, sports, portraiture?
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comment Is a macro lens suitable for distant subjects - wildlife, sports, portraiture?
@Imre: awesome. Thanks.
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comment Is a macro lens suitable for distant subjects - wildlife, sports, portraiture?
I'm sorry for duplicating a question. Haven't found it through the search and it didn't popped up in the "propably similiar question listing". btw: my original question was "Is a macro lens a suitable telephoto lens?". I guess ElendilTheTall changed that, don't know why exactly. With "telephoto" I mean more wildlife and sports than portraiture.
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asked Is a macro lens suitable for distant subjects - wildlife, sports, portraiture?
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comment Are equipment reviews from websites like kenrockwell.com and bythom.com reliable?
Single source of information is always bad, even if it's a trusted newspaper or what. Thanks for pointing this out.
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comment How to get meter reading for a DSLR if not from a gray card?
Thanks for describing also the drawbacks and caveats of this method.
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comment What makes a strong wide-angle composition?
Thanks for sharing the flower, lake, peak example. This illustrates nicely what I searched for to make my landscapes not so awkward how they currently are.
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comment Canon kit with standard EF-S 18-55mm IS or 18-135mm IS?
I went with the 18-55 lens. The main reason was just because I wanted a cheap lense to start with and saved the money for other lenses. After all I'm happy with the results in this zoom range, but now after a half year of usage, I think I should have bought the other one -- my second lense was a used Canon 28-135mm lense. I could have saved money and some lense-changing if I went with the 18-135mm from the beginning.
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