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Feb
22
comment Aside from sharpness & speed, what are the benefits to photo composition\optical quality provided by premium lenses over their cheaper counterpart?
+1 for Autofocus. Depending on what you shoot this can be a deciding factor.
Feb
20
answered Digital zoom versus optical zoom for minimising camera shake
Feb
12
answered Macro vs Compact Macro,
Feb
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
9
revised What options do I have for a normal and fast prime lens for a Canon APS-C camera?
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Feb
9
answered What differences exist between third-party and official lenses for Canon APS-C DSLRs?
Feb
7
comment Canon lens equivalent to NIKON AF-S DX 35mm F/1.8G?
@Daniel Well, this was a Canon shop, so I don't have the same picture with the Sigma. Also, I don't have a shot that is very similar.. But from what I've seen so far, purple fringing, if present, is not noticeable on the Sigma.
Feb
7
comment Canon lens equivalent to NIKON AF-S DX 35mm F/1.8G?
@Daniel Here is a sample shot @ f/1.8 - the purple fringing is clearly visible: cl.ly/4Raw
Feb
7
comment Canon lens equivalent to NIKON AF-S DX 35mm F/1.8G?
@Daniel I didn't buy any lens yet, but I'll go tomorrow. I'll try out both once again, but I tend pretty heavily to the Sigma. It's got 1.4 and way better image quality - the sharpness wasn't that important for me, but the Canon's got terrible purple fringing.
Feb
6
comment Canon lens equivalent to NIKON AF-S DX 35mm F/1.8G?
Maybe this question I recently asked can help you a bit: photo.stackexchange.com/questions/7648/…
Feb
6
awarded  Critic
Feb
4
comment What's a good strategy for choosing which photos to keep?
@drewbenn Okay I see.. you have to admit that this is a quite special reason to keep photos, though :D
Feb
4
comment Fireworks, getting rid of the smoke
Behind: Opposite of the direction the fireworks are going to. Side: Photographing orthogonally to the direction the firework is moving.
Feb
4
answered Fireworks, getting rid of the smoke
Feb
4
comment What's a good strategy for choosing which photos to keep?
@drewbenn WTF? Guess the aperture? When you've got the shutter speed, the aperture should be in the EXIF informations, too, except you're using some old or fully manual lens (like lensbaby)
Feb
4
awarded  Enthusiast
Feb
3
comment Do you have any ideas for a photo shoot that I can do at home with everyday things?
Daylight + post-processing :-)
Feb
3
accepted My viewfinder is too small — what can I do about it?
Feb
3
accepted How does the lens influence the autofocus?
Feb
3
answered Do you have any ideas for a photo shoot that I can do at home with everyday things?