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Have: 40/2.8 STM, 50/1.8 STM, 85/1.8 USM

Next lens is probably a Rokinon/Samyang 14/2.8
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Sigma just released their 24-70mm art

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1321309-REG/sigma_24_70mm_f_2_8_dg_os.html
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punchbowl falls

 

eagle creek trail

 

eagle creek trail

 

tunnel falls

 

eagle creek trail

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punchbowl falls


eagle creek trail


eagle creek trail


tunnel falls


eagle creek trail

Where is this? eek.gif
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Anyone in NYC have any ideas on places to shoot street fashion photography?

Im running out of spots. laugh.gif I shoot twice a weekand its tough thinking of a new spot everytime.

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Anyone in NYC have any ideas on places to shoot street fashion photography?

Im running out of spots. laugh.gif I shoot twice a weekand its tough thinking of a new spot everytime.
you shot twice a weekend? Where are the pics man?

NYC you can shoot anywhere really ...
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Ended up grabbing this lil bag off Amazon for my camera and everything fits good and snug

 

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00Z6J7SOG/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Works great as an everyday carry bag that I won't forget. Took my camera with me to a waterpark thinking I was gonna not only be involved with my kids and take pictures. I was wrong of course lol. It ended up spending the entire time on the sidelines in the bag

 

Also have taken the proactive step in reaching out and offering to take pics. Gonna try to set up some engagement shots and family photos these next weekends

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Copped this bag the beginning of the month.

http://amzn.to/2sPt5F3

Holds my 2 bodies and 6 lenses very well. A little bit of room to expand.

I keep my 4 speed lights and other light bods in the bag I upgraded from.
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I think I'm going to stick with using military styled bags. Current bag holds my body (with grip attached) and lens side-by-side perfectly and the side pockets can hold two more lenses if necessary. It'll be good to use as a fanny pack on the go for now. As my gear expands again I'll likely get something directly photography geared

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you shot twice a weekend? Where are the pics man?

NYC you can shoot anywhere really ...


@slimcargos


True, shot at Columbus Circle yesterday. I agree with street photographt you can literally shoot anywhere but I do like to get that "damn this spot would be sick" feeling.

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I think I'm going to stick with using military styled bags. Current bag holds my body (with grip attached) and lens side-by-side perfectly and the side pockets can hold two more lenses if necessary. It'll be good to use as a fanny pack on the go for now. As my gear expands again I'll likely get something directly photography geared

Yeah it all about finding what works for you.

I got the gear suitcase w/ the roller specifically for weddings.

Going from location to location I cant have stuff on my back. Between it being too heavy and inaccessible my backpack just collects dust in my closet.
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Yeah it all about finding what works for you.

I got the gear suitcase w/ the roller specifically for weddings.

Going from location to location I cant have stuff on my back. Between it being too heavy and inaccessible my backpack just collects dust in my closet.

 

Pretty much, for me doing on site light shoots I only need (for now) my cam and my lens(es). Once I start using reflectors and on and of cam flashes I will need a case much like yours.

 

You'd be an odd guy to pack a whole wedding kit on your back lol

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Few from the wedding on saturday










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Where is this? eek.gif
Columbia River Gorge like 20 miles east of Portland
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Where is this? eek.gif
Columbia River Gorge like 20 miles east of Portland

Whoa! Perfect! Actually going to Portland & Seattle this summer.
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Nice! Hit me up if you want any tips on where to go, so many good spots out here
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@slimcargos


True, shot at Columbus Circle yesterday. I agree with street photographt you can literally shoot anywhere but I do like to get that "damn this spot would be sick" feeling.
based on your IG you def can shoot anywhere ...

1. You shot in a Damn Ikea parking spot.

2. Most of not all your shots is about the kicks/cloths ... Dudes barely show their faces.

3. You shot pretty close (framing), you can't even make most of the background.

Is not like me or landscape photographer that really need to look for that places ...

You should do a few with the Biggie Big Pun Big L murals would be pretty dope ...
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Any of you shoot automotive photography? Slowly getting into modding my car so I'm guessing I'll be picking up on it more. Could use some pointers. Also, does quickster still post in here? Anyone still follow the guy's work? He always killed it when it came to magazine spread style shoots.

 

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messing around with a 35mm
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based on your IG you def can shoot anywhere ...

1. You shot in a Damn Ikea parking spot.

2. Most of not all your shots is about the kicks/cloths ... Dudes barely show their faces.

3. You shot pretty close (framing), you can't even make most of the background.

Is not like me or landscape photographer that really need to look for that places ...

You should do a few with the Biggie Big Pun Big L murals would be pretty dope ...



Dope flick man, those colors. smokin.gif


And yeah youre right with the location and I know that but you get more into it if the location is dope. It gets you excited. laugh.gif Otherwise its just walking around hoping theres a decent liftgate, stairset or corner. laugh.gif

To me im trying to take advantage of the fact im in NYC, so I want my pics to really show that im in NY. I dont care so much but people love to see NYC no matter what kinda photographt you do.

I actually dont like graffiti or murals or anything. Im sure the followers would love it but it takes away too much from the fit. I have maybe one flick set in front of graffiti and its not my favorite.

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After racking my brain on trying to put together a setup to help make my photos more accessible when I'm shooting on location I've decided to put my sights on a Gnarbox. Anybody have one, heard practically nothing but good things.

 

official site: https://www.gnarbox.com/

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Picked up a Sony a6000 and Rokinon 12mm f/2.0 to be my main travel/landscape camera. Coming from a Nikon D3200, I'm eager to learn it and put it to work!
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After racking my brain on trying to put together a setup to help make my photos more accessible when I'm shooting on location I've decided to put my sights on a Gnarbox. Anybody have one, heard practically nothing but good things.

official site: https://www.gnarbox.com/

holy smokes so expensive sick.gifsick.gifsick.gif

I'd rather invest in better glass sick.gifsick.gifsick.gifsick.gif
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Picked up a Sony a6000 and Rokinon 12mm f/2.0 to be my main travel/landscape camera. Coming from a Nikon D3200, I'm eager to learn it and put it to work!

 

That 12mm is a great landscape lens, killer for astrophotography too. We're in the midst of Milky Way season, put it to good use!

 

Here's a few shots I got in Yosemite with that lens a while back

 

yosemite

 

yosemite

 

yosemite

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What are people's thoughts on the Rokinon/Samyang 14mm f/2.8 for landscapes and general ultra-wide option. Mainly interested on it is because of the price and it is the cheapest ultra-wide available, fast aperture, ability to use it for both my Canon and Sony cameras using an adapter. Main gripes I have: quality control issues (decentering, inaccurate distance scale, and inability to focus to infinity), manual focus, inability to use filters.
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holy smokes so expensive sick.gifsick.gifsick.gif

I'd rather invest in better glass sick.gifsick.gifsick.gifsick.gif

Only issue wuthering that is I'm still met with the problem of quickly getting pics from my camera to my devices. It would streamline my flow to have my pics ready to be viewed or edited with moments of capturing them.

Next glass is likely gonna be the Tokino 105mm
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That 12mm is a great landscape lens, killer for astrophotography too. We're in the midst of Milky Way season, put it to good use!

yosemite


Damn...this one is great. I plan on going out there this summer for some photos. I am going to see if I can be patient and stack a good photo and get one super clear shot. I shot this same area and the noise level is just bonkers on my Mark 3. It's sort of a necessary evil to shoot with hi ISO but I am going to try and shoot it mid day and see if I can post up for hours and shoot clear till night........for one photo.
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Picked up a Sony a6000 and Rokinon 12mm f/2.0 to be my main travel/landscape camera. Coming from a Nikon D3200, I'm eager to learn it and put it to work!

That 12mm is a great landscape lens, killer for astrophotography too. We're in the midst of Milky Way season, put it to good use!

Here's a few shots I got in Yosemite with that lens a while back

yosemite


yosemite


yosemite

How do you do this? I'm having trouble taking pics at night.

What do I need to do?
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