Alley in Pisa, Italy

by Lars Kotthoff

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comment How can I get a 'touristy' photo of myself when travelling alone?
+1 for people get nervous about using a dSLR. Once I gave my camera to someone who tried to take a picture with the lens facing him!
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comment What are the options for a damaged zoom lens?
I found a few pics around the 80mm mark. That means that the lens was damaged by the fall. So, it was my fault and not the manufacturer's.
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comment What are the options for a damaged zoom lens?
Thanks for your comment, but I don't think that I'll venture into buying a $1500 lens anytime soon; at least not until my photographic technique improves significantly. For now, the three cheap lens: 18mm-55mm, 55mm-200mm, and a 35mm or 50mm are fine for me (I have the first two, and plan to buy one of the cheap primes).
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comment What are the options for a damaged zoom lens?
Thank you. I'll try ExposurePlot. If nothing else, I will be able to figure out whether it was my fault or not.
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comment What are the options for a damaged zoom lens?
I was wondering how does the difference in focal length correspond to 'stepping up' until I realized that you meant that I should move forward :)
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comment Does changing the focal length change focus?
Thank you everyone for the replies.
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comment When best to use Multi-Zone/Matrix, Spot, or Center-Weight?
@Itai - thanks. I'll go and read my camera's (D60) manual.