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    Re: Disneyloon's 35mm Prime Adventure

    Quote Originally Posted by alphabassetgrrl View Post
    Fun! You got some really great shots!
    Thanks Alphabassetgrrl

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    Re: Disneyloon's 35mm Prime Adventure

    good pictures thanks

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    Re: Disneyloon's 35mm Prime Adventure

    Great photos, thanks for sharing! The 35mm f/1.8 is a fantastic lens.

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    Re: Disneyloon's 35mm Prime Adventure

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    Great photos, thanks for sharing! The 35mm f/1.8 is a fantastic lens.
    Thanks KEBSD, Yes I have fallen in love with this lens, Grant it I need to work on how to shoot on-ride photos like you. I was shooting on buzz a f/1.8 but I was still needing a high iso to bring the shutter speed up. Maybe you can show me a trick or two. Check out my thread talking about a potential photo walk/meet

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    Re: Disneyloon's 35mm Prime Adventure

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyLoon View Post
    Thanks KEBSD, Yes I have fallen in love with this lens, Grant it I need to work on how to shoot on-ride photos like you. I was shooting on buzz a f/1.8 but I was still needing a high iso to bring the shutter speed up. Maybe you can show me a trick or two. Check out my thread talking about a potential photo walk/meet
    I'm still learning about dark ride photography myself. The best way to improve is to practice. It's just another excuse to go to Disneyland!

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    Re: Disneyloon's 35mm Prime Adventure

    Quote Originally Posted by KEBSD View Post
    I'm still learning about dark ride photography myself. The best way to improve is to practice. It's just another excuse to go to Disneyland!
    Great response, Yeah it's a totally different beast compared to landscape or environment photography

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    Re: Disneyloon's 35mm Prime Adventure

    I'm about to buy a Canon 35mm 1.4, love the 35mm focal length on my 5d Mark III. Great pics!

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    Re: Disneyloon's 35mm Prime Adventure

    Quote Originally Posted by erdons View Post
    I'm about to buy a Canon 35mm 1.4, love the 35mm focal length on my 5d Mark III. Great pics!
    Thanks Erdons, You would love the challenge of positioning yourself to get your image in frame. I also enjoyed how only having a fixed lens position makes you concentrate and think of composition before taking a photo

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    Re: Disneyloon's 35mm Prime Adventure

    Excellent photos. Really appreciate you posting them!
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    Re: Disneyloon's 35mm Prime Adventure

    pics are beautiful! seriously impressed by what was captured with your 35mm. thanks for sharing!
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    Re: Disneyloon's 35mm Prime Adventure

    Thank you for the kind compliments

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    Re: Disneyloon's 35mm Prime Adventure

    Oh how I would love a 1.8 prime! Sadly we lost our DSLR at DCA earlier this month... still being hopeful that it will be found.

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    Re: Disneyloon's 35mm Prime Adventure

    Quote Originally Posted by tiggerjay View Post
    Oh how I would love a 1.8 prime! Sadly we lost our DSLR at DCA earlier this month... still being hopeful that it will be found.
    OMG that's horrible, When did you loose it? I wouldn't even know what to do if I lost my camera I would be so heartbroken

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    Re: Disneyloon's 35mm Prime Adventure

    Oh, no, that's awful! I know if I don't have my camera, I feel incomplete. I hope someone turned it in.
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    Re: Disneyloon's 35mm Prime Adventure

    Excellent photos! I'm a huge fan of Prime Lenses as it challenges me to compose shots in my head and move around a lot. I noticed I get lazy with zoom lenses. Nice job with Screamin, and the indoor shots too!

    A 35mm on a Full Frame is pulled back quite a bit compared to the same lens on a Crop Sensor. Still a great lens on either type of camera!

    My advice for indoor other than what you already know is to find ways to stabilize yourself even more than the normal elbows to your sides, camera on your face, non-shutter hand in a U shape. Also try exhaling as you take your shot(s), and don't hold your breath while taking a pic! That just makes it worse! Use your friend as a tripod if necessary!

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